Gesta Hungarorum (~1290AD) largely mentions Attila and Csaba
Also Chronica Hungarorum (1473) mentions them:
--- In email@example.com, "dciurchea" <dciurchea@...> wrote:
> Csaba (son of Attila) is also very popular because of the heroic
> Remember that the Kings of Hungary and the Voyevods of
> and of The Romanian Prinipalities also were always elected by the
> Diet. Moreover in the line of the kings of Hungary, such families
> Anjou and Luxembourg gave kings. So no dynasty -except gentry
> privileges- may be invoked.
> Please observe the lack of relevance of the mother tongue for the
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, macmaster@ wrote:
> > When did Attila become a popular Hungarian name?
> > My impression was that it comes from quite late (18th-19th
> > g_scaff wrote:
> > > Greetings all,
> > > I am a lurker on this list who has been a member for almost
> 10 years
> > > now. I have occasionaly posted, and wanted to say "hello", and
> that I
> > > enjoy reading the various posts. My Gothic reading level is
> minimal but
> > > improving, currently at " sa wulfs itith thana gait".
> > > I do have one question; I have known several Hungarians
> > > name "Attila"; how did this name survive among the Magyars,
> > > East Germanic contact with them?
> > > Thank you and Happy New Year,
> > > Gregory Scaff
> > >
> > >
> > >