Hungarian Prehistory

Hungarian prehistory (Hungarian: magyar őstörténet) refers to the prehistoric Magyars (Hungarians), from the time when they separated from Common Ugric (estimated to correspond to the early 1st millennium BC) until their conquest of the Carpathian Basin in the late 9th century (known as Honfoglalás "Landtaking" in Hungarian historiography). The poorly documented 10th-century Principality of Hungary is included by some historians as part of Hungarian prehistory. The terms "ancient history", and "early history" are also used by different sources to describe this same period of Hungarian history.

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