Eurasian Avars (8th century)

Eurasian Avars (8th century)

The Avars established a stable empire in the Carpathian Basin between the 6th-8th centuries.



Avars, Eurasian steppe, Carpathian Basin, weapon, clothing, equipment, Middle Ages

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  • Where did the Avars of the Carpathian basin originate from?
  • Which piece of equipment made the Avars successful warriors?
  • Why was the invention of the stirrup important?
  • How many years did the Avars spend in the Carpathian basin?
  • What was the Avars’ main activity?
  • In which present-day country was the gold treasure of the Avars found?
  • What are the pieces of the Treasure of Nagyszentmiklós made of?
  • When did the Avars appear in the Carpathian Basin?
  • What was the name of the\nempire of the Avars?
  • Which people could the Avars not meet in the Carpathian Basin?
  • Which people could the Avars not meet in the Carpathian Basin?
  • What title did the ruler of the Avars have?
  • What script did the Avars use?
  • How many pieces make up the Treasure of Nagyszentmiklós?


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