Some articles on tribal federation, federation:
... ibn Rustah’s work, the leadership of the Magyar tribal federation was divided between a spiritual ruler and an administrative and military leader ... ibn Rustah also recorded that the nominal leader of the tribal federation Hétmagyar was styled kende, but its military leader was the gyula ... Khazar Khagan granted this title to the newly elected head of the Magyar tribal federation ...
... Imperio that Álmos was the first Grand Prince of the federation of the seven Magyar tribes (megas Turkias arkhon' ... of the Khagan of the Khazars in the beginning of his rule but, by 862, the Magyar tribal federation broke free from the Khazar Khaganate ... Álmos was either the spiritual leader of the tribal federation (kende) or its military commander (gyula) ...
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