Two thousand years old Hun bones sampled at the Anthropological Repository of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences

In the framework of the scientific cooperation between the Mongolian Academy of Sciences and the Institute for Hungarian Studies, we had the opportunity to visit the Anthropological Repository of the Academy and take archaeogenetic samples. The samples were taken from skeletons from Hun cemeteries in Asia, which are important for Hungarian prehistory, with the aim of comparing the genetic samples of the Huns with the archaeogenetic samples of the conquering Hungarians.

Chronicles of Béla Bartók's Life book launch and talk

„Béla Bartók’s life, work and humanity were brilliant in themselves, so it is not necessary to add any false statements to make his brilliance shine brighter, because to do so would only make it fainter. […] The life of every person is mostly characterized by their actions, the work done, the thoughts described, the good, or indeed the bad, contributed.”

Tracing King Matthias

Article on the significance of the identification of the Hunyadi family published in weekly Demokrata. Having isolated the DNA samples in the laboratory of the Institute for Hungarian Studies, the DNA of the Corvinus family can be identified after that of the Árpád Dynasty.

Institute of Hungarian Research

The main goal of the Hungarian Research Institute is to bring together, evaluate and comment on the knowledge generated in different scientific disciplines at a high scientific level, with as much probability as possible. The task of the organization is to carry out research to explore the past, language and origin of the Hungarians, which has not been possible so far. The Institute, managed by the Government and the Ministry of Human Resources, became operational on 1 January 2019.

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