The Eighth Tribe, 1974 (1. évfolyam, 1-7. szám)

1974-04-05 / 1-2. szám

The EIGHTH TRIBE by Joseph Mór IN o z h4 o > ■'Jl t­os o IN lO l-l HH « Oh The Hungarian Nation when entering the Carpathian Basin in the 9th century A.D. was composed of seven Magyar tribes of Scythian origin. The seven chieftains of these seven tribes were Álmos, Előd, Ond, Kond, Tass, Huba and Töhötöm. Álmos, head of the Megyeri-tribe, whose clan was of Hun descent, was the father of Árpád, supreme chief of all the Magyars. The descendant of Árpád, called the Árpád-dynasty, ruled Hungary from the 9th century till 1301, giving many famous kings to the country and to Christianity, like Saint Stephen, Saint László, Kálmán the learned and András II. whose close contacts with Scotland established lasting relations between the Magyars and the Scots. Send Form 3579 to The Eighth Tribe—Circulation Department, Bethlen Press, Ligonier, Penna. 15658 NYOLCADIK TÖRZS