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View Larger Image. Ask Seller a Question. Publisher: Central European Univ Pr. Contains two very different narratives; both are for the first time presented in an updated Latin text with an annotated English translation. One of his major "inventions" was the inclusion of Attila the Hun into the Hungarian royal genealogy, a feature later developed into the myth of Hun-Hungarian continuity.
The Epistle to the Sorrowful Lament upon the Destruction of the Kingdom of Hungary by the Tartars of Master Roger includes an eyewitness account of the Mongol invasion in —2, beginning with an analysis of the political conditions under King Bela IV and ending with the king's return to the devastated country.
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The Romanians in the Anonymous Gesta Hungarorum. There is a great amount of testimonies, significant especially for the northern counties of medieval Hungary, today part of Slovakia. Istoria unei idei [The Romanity of the Romanians: If we accept the date after Bela II, then the identifica- tion with Paulus, bishop of Morisena, would be worthy of consid- eration. He identified the Vlachs with the Dacians, ignoring that Dacia was not the same with the south-Danubian Dacia created by Aurelianus, better known by the Byzantines.
Gesta Hungarorum , or The Deeds of the Hungarians , is the first extant Hungarian book about history. Its genre is not chronicle, but gesta , meaning "deeds" or "acts", which is a medieval entertaining literature. It was written by an unidentified author who has traditionally been called Anonymus in scholarly works. According to most historians, the work was completed between around and The principal subject of the Gesta is the Hungarian conquest of the Carpathian Basin at the turn of the 9th and 10th centuries, and it writes of the origin of the Hungarians , identifying the Hungarians' ancestors with the ancient Scythians.