The Szózat ("Appeal" or "Summons") is considered Hungary's second national anthem, after the Himnusz. The official anthem is sung at the beginning of ceremonies, and Szózat is sung at the end.

The Szózat ("Appeal" or "Summons") is considered Hungary's second national anthem, after the Himnusz. The official anthem is sung at the beginning of ceremonies, and Szózat is sung at the end.

Ősi magyar áldás

Ősi magyar áldás

Hungary: Magyar Hiszekegy - the "national prayer" of the Horthy era.

Gold Comb with Scythians in Battle, Late 5th - early 4th century BCE Russia (now Ukraine) The Hermitage Museum

Gold Comb Depicting Scythians in Battle -- Late Centuries BCE -- Russia (now Ukraine) The Hermitage State Museums -- St.

Hungary History, Homeland, Decoupage

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adosunk_europa_497868_14616.jpg (509×700)

Avar Treasure  Belt Fittings, 700s  Avar; Found in Vrap, eastern Albania  Gold

(Avar) Avar or Byzantine Gold Belt fittings. Found in Vrap, Eastern Albania. Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Two griffins attacking a horse - Scythian gold pectoral

Two griffins attacking a horse Scythian golden pectoral from kurgan Tolstaja Mogila Kiev, National Museum of History of Ukraine

Hun_art 	 Like most early steppe nomad art, animal motifs were very common among the Huns. The most common animals that were depicted besides birds of prey were horses and deer. Horses were an obvious choice for a horse-warrior society, and deer had a mystical quality to them and often shamanic meaning. Mythical creatures were also common.

Hun art: Like most early steppe nomad art, animal motifs were very common among the Huns.

szkíta  scythian

Scythian Gold The Electrum Vessel of Kul’Oba showing everyday scenes of Scythian warriors, Kurgan of Kul’Oba, eastern Crimea/Ukraine.

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