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d3cimat3d
08-28-2013, 02:04 AM
According to legend, the soldiers in his army diverted a river, buried Attila in the riverbed (in a coffin made from gold, silver and iron) then restored the river's flow so as to cover up his grave. They were then executed to keep it a secret. I'm wondering if any Hungarians here have any information on which part of Hungary his grave could be? It is rumored to be a tributary of the Tisza river.

Whoever finds it will be very rich, also it will reveal a lot about the Huns, and hopefully there will be genetic analysis of his skeleton.

Shah-Jehan
08-28-2013, 02:06 AM
The man was a great commander, Hungary should show respect to him by building a monument or something or does it already exist?:bored:

d3cimat3d
08-28-2013, 02:08 AM
The man was a great commander, Hungary should show respect to him by building a monument or something or does it already exist?:bored:

http://i42.tinypic.com/3163rd4.jpg

robar
08-28-2013, 03:53 AM
http://i42.tinypic.com/3163rd4.jpg
No that is the Statue of Arpad

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blogen
08-29-2013, 07:14 PM
According to legend, the soldiers in his army diverted a river, buried Attila in the riverbed (in a coffin made from gold, silver and iron) then restored the river's flow so as to cover up his grave. They were then executed to keep it a secret. I'm wondering if any Hungarians here have any information on which part of Hungary his grave could be? It is rumored to be a tributary of the Tisza river.

Whoever finds it will be very rich, also it will reveal a lot about the Huns, and hopefully there will be genetic analysis of his skeleton.

The early royal grave was on the Southland somewhere. Probably in the Panocsova-plain, near the Danube. (http://img850.imageshack.us/img850/3848/6xd7.jpg) The the bishop or Margus robbed them in 442. Later the Huns buried Attila in a secret because of this. Nobody knows it where is the grave.

But maybe there is a YDNA from Attila's descendant: Khan Kuvrat. If he was a descendant.