Now available from Columbia University Press
- A librarian friend of mine alerted me to this newly
published book. I thought I'd pass it along.
Hungary Under the Early Arpads, 890s to 1063
A distinguished scholar of medieval history covers the
early history of the Magyars, their migration to and
settlement in the mid-Danubian region, the clash of
the Roman Church with the hierarchy of the emerging
German empire over Pannonia, the marauding ventures in
the Latin West and the Byzantine southeast, the
emergence of the Hungarian regnum under King St.
Stephen, Hungarian law and domestic turmoil in the
earlier half of the eleventh century and the reign of
Andrew I and Bela I.
About the Author
Z. J. Kosztolnyik is professor of history at Texas A&M
University and the author of five books, most recently
Hungary in the Thirteenth Century
Khalja khorkhoi, Baron� An Tir, GdS, JdL, etc
Ulfredshiem, An Tir
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