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A. Türk (Budapest, Hungary)

The Eastern Origins of the Early Hungurian Culture in 10th Century AD and Medieval Archaeology of Eastern Europe

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Pages: 423-433

Archaeological research on the early history of Hungarians has gone through considerable change during the past decades; a new, critical approach has emerged. The most recent inspection of the archaeological material shows only few and rather debatable connections to the Saltovo culture; however, the only recently identified Subbottsy horizon near the Dnieper demonstrates much stronger links to the early Hungarian material culture. The origins of the Subbottsy horizon, as well as the origins of Hungarian conquerors, point to the Volga-South Ural region.

Keywords: Carpathian Basin, archaeology of the Hungarian Conquest period, 10th century, medieval archaeology, Saltov cultural-historical complex, Khazar Khaganate, Subbottsy horizon

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Attila Türk
(Budapest, Hungary). PhD. Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Institute of Archaeology. Egyetem St., 1, Piliscsaba, 2087, Pest County, Hungary
E-mail: [email protected]

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