Carpathian Basin

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Hungary Before The Magyars - Prehistory - Iron Age
... In the Carpathian Basin, the Iron Age commenced around 800 BC, when a new population moved into the territory and took possession of the former population’s ... The new population introduced the use of the potter’s wheel in the Carpathian Basin and they maintained close commercial contacts with the neighboring peoples. 100 BC, a new Celtic tribe, the Boii moved to the Carpathian Basin and they occupied the northern and northeastern parts of the territory (mainly the territory of present Slovakia) ...
Bulgarian–Hungarian Wars - Hungarian Conquest (War of 894–896)
... envoys that the Franks could no longer count on his military aid in the Carpathian Basin the Bulgarians were only prepared to halt salt deliveries to the enemy ... That same year, in 894, Hungarian warriors advanced into the Carpathian Basin and Pannonia to aid Svatopluk against the Bulgarians' Frankish allies ... When the Hungarians arrived to settle in the Carpathian Basin, they encountered little resistance on the part of the Bulgarians ...
Subdivisions Of Hungary - History - Before 895
... Lombards, and Gepids, and the polyethnic Avars, had a presence in the Carpathian Basin ... Great Moravia ruled the territory of the Carpathian Basin ... a significant part of the population of the Carpathian Basin at the end of the 9th century both contemporary sources and a growing number of archaeological evidence suggest that ...
House Of Árpád - 9th–10th Centuries
... west were attacked by the Pechenegs, forcing them to leave their territories east of the Carpathian Mountains the Magyars moved into the Carpathian Basin ... The Magyar tribes occupied the whole territory of Carpathian Basin gradually between 895 and 907 ... west of the Danube and the Garam (today Hron in Slovakia), but significant parts of the Carpathian Basin still remained under the rule of local tribal leaders ...
Hungarian People - Ethnic Affiliations and Genetic Origins - Entering The Carpathian Basin (c.895) - History After 900
... The Hungarian leader Árpád is believed to have led the Hungarians into the Carpathian Basin in 896 ... Some historians support the theory that the Magyars' proportion in the Carpathian Basin was at an almost constant 80% during the Middle Ages – non Magyars numbered hardly more ... Today, the Magyars represent around 35% of the population of the Carpathian Basin, their number is around 12–13 million ...