Magyar kiralyok

Collection by Astor

  Folk Music, Science Art, Hungary, Budapest, Elementary Schools, Knowledge, Teaching, Education, Life

Orb, Hungary (early c. Heart Of Europe, My Roots, Central Europe, Budapest Hungary, Crown Jewels, Female Images, Religious Art, Byzantine, 1
Female ImagesReligious ArtByzantine1

Hungarian "ORSZAGALMA", Par of the Coronatrions Ceremony of the Kings

Roman/Byzantine architecture illustrations, portraits and Scenes, by Antoine Helbert

Hellas Inhabitants Of The Shiny Stone

John II Komnenos and Irene of Hungary (Piroska) . Art by Antoine Helbert. Ο Ιωάννης Β’ Κομνηνός και η Ειρήνη της Ουγγαρίας (Πιρόσκα) . Από τον Αντουάν Χίλμπερτ.

Mátyás király címere a Mátyás templomban. fotó: Sándor Kemecsei Matthias Corvinus, Hungary History, Ottoman Turks, Heart Of Europe, Budapest Hungary, My Heritage, 15th Century, Coat Of Arms, Art History
Matthias CorvinusHungary HistoryOttoman TurksMy Heritage

Mátyás király címere a Mátyás templomban. fotó: Sándor Kemecsei

A nomad of the steppes: a warrior!

Koppány Vezér Poszter

Kertai Zalán - Koppány vezér poszter 100*70cm

Atilla the Hun Concept--pity, costume is not correct historically, nor the body language. Unless Atilla was a lefty, the sword should be on the left side.

Atilla the Hun Concept

I'm really proud to share this concept drawing I did for Civilization 5: Gods and Kings. Thanks to Mike bates (ArtDirector) and Sang Han (concept Artist) who inspired, directed and pushed me on this piece.

Grand Prince Álmos of Hungary - Álmos, according to Gesta Hungarorum, was freely elected by the heads of the seven Hungarian tribes as their "leader and master". Hungary History, Grand Prince, Heart Of Europe, Early Middle Ages, Austro Hungarian, Dark Ages, My Heritage, Historical Pictures, Fashion History
Hungary HistoryEarly Middle AgesMy Heritage

Almos, first Grand Prince of the Magyars.

Attila The Hun ,The greatest ruler of the Hungarian migration at 433 - 453 Hungary .

Attila the Hun

Attila the Hun

Giovanni Dalmata: Beatrice of Aragon and King Matthias Corvinus. Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest

Italy and Hungary in the Renaissance (Book review)

Back in 2007, a major conference was organized at Villa I Tatti (The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies in Florence), dedicated to Humanism and early Renaissance art in the Kingdom of Hungary. The conference aimed to give an overview of the field, focusing naturally on connections between Italy and Hungary. In August 2011, the long-awaited volume of the these studies has been published by Villa I Tatti, edited by Péter Farbaky and Louis A. Waldman. The conference, the…

The crown of Saint Stephen (also known as the Holy Crown of Hungary) is not merely fancy headgear worn by the monarch of Hungary. By ancient tradition, the crown has legal personhood and is the mon… Royal Jewels, Crown Jewels, Orthodox Catholic, Byzantine Gold, Medieval Helmets, Saint Stephen, Most Beautiful Cities, Ancient Artifacts, The Crown
Byzantine GoldMedieval HelmetsSaint StephenMost Beautiful Cities


Crown of St. Stephen-Hungary

Árpádházi Szent Margit

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Árpádházi Szent Margit

The Holy Crown of Hungary (Hungarian: Magyar Szent Korona, Latin: Sacra Corona), also known as the Crown of Saint Stephen, was the coronation crown used by the Kingdom of Hungary for most of its ex… Royal Crowns, Royal Jewels, Tiaras And Crowns, Crown Jewels, Byzantine Gold, Saint Stephen, Greek Jewelry, Enamel Jewelry, Gold Jewelry
Byzantine GoldSaint Stephen

A Szent Korona képekben


XII. TÁBLA. Magyar és kun viselet a XIV. század második felében és a XV. század elején. | Magyar viseletek története | Kézikönyvtár

Szent László király 1093-ban alapította a bátai bencés apátságot. Arcvonásait őrzi a fejereklyéje számára készült ezüst herma. Szent László középkori falképen Hungary, Roman, Painting, Lab Coats, Painting Art, Paint, Painting Illustrations, Paintings

Báta az Árpád-korban (II.)

Báta név eredete

  Hungarian Women, Turkic Languages, Turkish People, Heart Of Europe, Hungary, Art History, Google Search, Europe
Hungarian WomenTurkic LanguagesHungaryEurope

The Beijing World Art Museum is using ancient cultural relics to tell a story of conflict and hard-won unity.

Huns and the Central Plains

Watch Video Play Video The Beijing World Art Museum is using ancient cultural relics to tell a story of conflict and hard-won unity. The show takes us through the turbulent relations between the nomadic Huns and the Central Plains dynasties, many centuries ago. Centuries-old bronzeware, pottery, jade pieces, gold and silver, and even ancient weapons. More than 130 artifacts reveal the long road to integration between the Huns and the Central Plains dynasties. This story spans a great swath…