Some historians believe that the Hungarian runes are of Khazar-Turkish origin…
Hajkorong, Balatonújlak-Erdődűlő (Hungary).
Hungarian mythology: the legend of the wondrous stag
Hun warrior by Sergey I.
Viking & Anglo-Saxon Belt Buckles, Strap ends, & Mounts
Turanian warrior with his horse.
Szomolyai kaptárkövek, Hungary
Vilagfa - Hungarian mythology showing the tree of life connecting the upper and lower worlds
Ancient Hungarian Warrior
Princess Ilona and her consort, the sun god
The study of the ancient religion of the Hungarian people has been hanging together with the debate on their ethnogenesis. Fringe theories about Scythian and Sumerian origins were supported by early ethnologists. With the mid-19th century Romantic influence on ethnology, new studies on folklore were carried out, and the mainstream religious studies circles gradually welcomed the conception of the original Hungarian religion as based on shamanism, with relations to Uralic and Siberian…