• LÁSZLÓ, Gyula: The Magyars. Their Life and Civilisation
    • Translated by: Timothy Wilkinson
    • Publishing House: CORVINA Kiadó
    • Year of Publication: 1999
    • Number of Pages: 128
    • Language: English
    • 67 colour illustrations
    • Renowned professor of archeology, Gyula László is also a first-rate story-teller, who in this impressive volume brings excitingly alive the everyday activities of the ancestors of the Hungarians who appeared in the Carphatian Basin 1100 years ago. The results of fifty years of research are turned into lively descriptions of what graves and other archeological finds have to tell us of ancient lands, people and events, while the facts and deductions bring up fascinating questions about the past that still await answers. The author has also compiled a Reader for those interested in contemporary or near-contemporary chronicles as well as what historians, other archaelogists, linguists and natural scientists have contributed to an understanding of the ancient home of the Magyars and their lives during what has become known as the Conquest Period.



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