Perhaps of Finno-Ugrian and Turkish stock; originally lived along Ural Mountains. Toward the end of the 9th c. they appeared at the Danube and eventually settled in Pannonia; extended campaigns to N. Sea and It. Christianity had gained a foothold among them by ca. 1000. Chief ethnic group in Hungary* today.
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