The ethnogenesis and migration of the ancient Hungarians

 
The poosible route of the Hungarians

 
The Uralian original language

 
The route of the Hungarian Conquest and its historic environment

 
Uralian and Celteminarian arrow-heads and stone blades (4th millennium BC.)

 
Bow drill

 
Bronze spear-head and knife (Turbino)

 
Bronze knives from the Seyma and Rostovka cemeteries (the middle of the 2nd millennium BC.)

 
Moose elk head carved from a bone, 2nd millennium BC. (Gorbunovo)

 
Uralian pot (3rd millennium BC.)

 
Pot from the region of Lake Onyega, (2nd millennim BC.)

 
The reconstruction of a curb-bit and halter (around 1500 BC.)

 
Horn curb-bit from the Ugric age, North-Kazahstan (around 1500 BC.)

 
Horse pulling a skiing man on the hilt of a bronze knife from Rostovka

 
A bronze spontoon with bird head decoration from the Ugric age (Jelabuga)

 
Bronze spear and axe from Turbino (1550-1450 BC.)

 
Vine-cutting knife, furrow splitter, ploughshare and hoe from Saltovo

 
Representation of an eagle on a horn knife handle (Ust-Poluj)

 
Scythian gold mount with the representation of a bird of prey (600-500 BC., Jelizovetgrad, Ukraine)

 
Horn comb with the representation of a bird of prey (Ust-Poluj)

 
Decoration on a carved horn spoon handle: an eagle lacerating a stag

 
The conquest of the Carpathian Basin

 
A little girl

 
Bronze chest cross, pierced Byzantine counterfeit coin and a wild-boar tusk from a little girl

 
Pagan and Christian amulets (Piliny)

 
Runic writing on the ceiling panels of the Unitarian church at Énlak

 
Runic writing on the walls of a church in Énlaka

 
The letters of the runic alphabet found in Nikolsburg and the Marsigli runic alphabet