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Hungarian settlements of the Arpad era

Hungarian settlements of the Arpad era

Pit houses were typical dwellings in the Arpad era.

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Árpád dynasty, settlement, pit house, lifestyle, church, silo, pit, place of residence, building, village, Villages, animal husbandry, agriculture

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Questions

  • What animal did Hunor and Magor chase?
  • Which language is not related to Hungarian?
  • Where was the homeland of the speakers of the ancient Finno-Ugric language?
  • What does the word yurt mean?
  • Which two rivers meet in the region that was supposedly the land, Magna Hungaria?
  • Which of these words does not mean Hungary?
  • In which region did the Hungarians never settle down?
  • Which of these tribes was not a member of the Hungarian alliance?
  • Which of these tribes was not a member of the Hungarian alliance?
  • When did the Hungarians start to settle down in the Carpathian Basin?
  • What was the aim of the Hungarian raids?
  • When did the Hungarian raids stop?
  • Where did the Hungarian raiders suffer overwhelming defeat in 955?
  • What was the pagan name of Prince Géza´s son?
  • When did Prince Géza die?
  • What was the name of Saint Stephen´s son (who was also canonised later)?
  • When did Saint Stephen die?
  • When was Ladislas I of Hungary crowned?
  • When was Coloman Beauclerc crowned?

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