Hungary's Wish Finally Granted

Hungary's Wish Finally Granted
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hungarian_prehistory
https://www.thedailybeast.com/how-putins-using-hungary-to-destroy-europe
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Franz Ferdinand: "It was an act of bad taste for the Hungarians to have come to Europe"  thumb 

http://staff.lib.msu.edu/sowards/balkan/lecture2.html
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Non europeans?
Hungary since 895 hun since 4. Cen.
Schita since bc dk exactly .
And if hungarians are non europeans we take everithing what we invented with us.
What about germans ?they migrated from the norther part of black sea.
And there are more nations what cannot show theire existence from 1000. Year so dfwhuns
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The connection between the Huns and Hungarians hasn't been properly proved yet, although the brutality and savageness of both nomadic peoples were comparable. If you by "Schita" mean the Scythians, then the connection between Hungarians and Scythians is even more farfetched. So before you accuse others of creating national myths, have a look in your courtyard first wink

The Germans coming from the Pontic-Caspian steppe? smile All Indo-Europeans are supposed to come from there, not only the Germans, that is the suggested Indo-European Urheimat. The Germanic peoples are supposed to have their origins in the Scandinavian peninsula, Denmark and Northern Germany.

And yes, the Hungarians (along with the Finns and the Estonians and the Proto-Indo-European Basque) are not Indo-Europeans. The latter 3 get along better with their neighbors, the former still nurture a superiority complex mixed with hate towards their neighbors
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Not show that existence i wanted to say they have not any relics ex writings etc.
And part with huns .is not completely true you say?
So i say part with the daco roman THEORY is more weaker
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Why is the Daco-Roman continuity theory weaker, at least there is evidence for it, written and archeological (see here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Origin_of_the_Romanians#Evidence)  - see also Gesta Hungarorum smile (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gesta_Hungarorum)

What is the evidence for the Hunnic heritage of the Hungarians, Gesta Hunnorum et Hungarorum?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gesta_Hunnorum_et_Hungarorum
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huns#Claims_of_Hunnic_heritage
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What archeological relics. there are no one about what happen after the huns came in dacia.
I mean any daco roman stuff.
And youre history :
When dacia where conquered by rome for 100-200 years where enough for change the complet language. But under the turkish control for 500 or more years where not enough to change it.

And the latin origin ...ok ok u have too some ltin worda some not much . And in 19 century romania have a time when changed all or at least close all words to latin .
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Kis Balázs, have you read the article or are you just blindly reciting what you have been brainwashed with? There are archeological relics after the Roman withdrawal in the 270's, among them the Biertan Donarium:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biertan_Donarium
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Origin_of_the_Romanians#To_the_north_of_the_Lower_Danube

"romania have a time when changed all or at least close all words to latin"? Yes, French words were imported in the 19th century, BUT the basic vocabulary of Romanian before that was of Latin origin and the grammar structure remained closed to the Latin language. The terms related to the basic occupations (agriculture, animals, tools), to the religion (cross, church, priest, God), the body parts are all of Latin origin. "u have too some ltin worda some not much"? biggrin  71% of the vocabulary is Romance, out of which 30% is of Latin origin, 22% is of French origin, 15% of neo-Latin origin (scientific terms), 4% of Italian origin.

Boy, your English is genuinely Polandball broken English, you should certify it  biggrin
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Normaly there are evidences about the roman empire because dacia where a part of it .
But there are not hibrid things like daco roman idk building etc.
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You didn't understand, there are evidences after the Aurelian Retreat, which means that a Roman population continued to live there after 271-275. If this population was really mixed with Dacians or not it is hard to prove
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"When dacia where conquered by rome for 100-200 years where enough for change the complet language. But under the turkish control for 500 or more years where not enough to change it. "
Do you have any idea how the Dacian language was or sounded like in order to make the comparison?
As for the Turkish control, there was never a direct Turkish occupation of the Romanian lands as it happened with the rest of the Balkans or the Eyalet of Buda. Even in the occupied territories, the Turks did not manage to change the structure or the vocabulary of the languages much, that's why Bulgarian and Serbian are still Slavic and Greek still Greek.
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