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Socialist authors seem to agree that the place women had to be liberated from was the family. Given this general understanding that the monogamous, bourgeois family, based on capitalist relations of property was the single most important factor, which determined the subordinated position of women, socialists engaged in an extensive discussion about the need to transform the family.
Their perspective on the transformation of the family made no concessions to the traditional arrangements. Socialists made three main claims about the ways in which the family was going to be transformed in the future socialist society.
I will outline bellow these claims, and then I will critically discuss them in the context of several socialist writings to show that they do not raise up to their promise of full gender equality.
A crucial point needs to be added to this claim. The second claim that socialist authors made about the transformation of the family was the need to socialize childcare and domestic work.
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The general vision was that of a gradual shift from an individual, autarchic family to communal living arrangements.
August Bebel stated that the transformation of the social conditions had one fundamental prerequisite, the end of private property, which would in turn lead to the socialization of the community Bebel,p.
Lily Braun argued, like Bebel and Marx, that the family would give way in the future socialist society to communal forms of social organization.
Nadezhda Krupskaya, in The Woman Workerlooked forward to a socialist future when children would be cared for in communal institutions Evans,p.
Thirdly, the transformation of the family also posed the question of changing relations between sexes.
The configuration of relations between sexes was a point of contention among socialist writers. Some of them advocated for free love, others aimed to largely preserve a more traditional i. Both of these perspectives are in my opinion male biased, as I will show bellow, in a more detailed discussion.
The free love model does not take into consideration the social expectations that as women the responsibility of taking care of children. Therefore, men and women are placed in unequal positions to enter and develop free love relations.
On the other hand, the advocates of monogamy fail to recognize that love, as it is socially constructed, requires disproportionate emotional investment from women, as compared to men a point which Aleksandra Kollontai made very clear.
I will critically discuss bellow some of the prominent articulations of the perspective that I outlined above. The book was translated into numerous languages and reissued in more than fifty.
Having acknowledged the specific, sexual subordination of women, Bebel fails to take it into in his discussion of the future socialist society.
The second part of his analysis offers his vision of a future society 5 that will end inequalities between men and women.
In support of this argument, he allowed extensive space for analyzing the male bias and the male privileges, as they were enshrined in the legislation.
He further criticized the divorce legislation, which did not allow women to break the ties of marriage and forced them to submit to the sexual demands of their husbands pp. He also condemned the moral double standard, which allowed husbands to have affairs outside marriage, but prohibited the same behavior for women.
To a contemporary reader such a position hinges on a radical feminist standpoint.
Bebel supported his assertion with examples of sexual subordination and sexual abuse of women, epitomized in the practice of prostitution. He exposed prostitution as a pervasive phenomenon, which could be traced in every country, in every religion and in any period of time.
The other pervasive institution of sexual subordination was, according to Bebel, the bourgeois marriage.
Along with the appropriation of their sexuality, marriage also subjected women to physical and emotional exploitation within the household, confinement to reproductive roles and pressure to procreate, home seclusion and hindrance of mental development.
Bebel proves once again comprehensive in his analysis, when he acknowledges the oppressive nature of the family not only among middle and upper-classes, but also among working-classes.
However, he argues that these behaviors on the part of men are the result of dire economic conditions and material deprivations. For Bebel, poverty remains the most important factor in shaping the relations among men and women within the working-class families.
As promissory as his analysis of the sexual subordination of women may sound, Bebel gets tangled in the nature vs.
On the other hand, he argued extensively against the sexual division of labor, which ascribed women the role of housewives and confined them to the walls of home and kitchen.
Bebel advocated equality as the main emancipatory route for women out of their condition of both sexual slavery p.
He supported reforms in view of achieving equality within the bourgeois society, such as the admittance of women to liberal professions and to higher education, on equal terms with men pp.
He argued that the advance of industrialization and the developments in the legislation of capitalist societies had improved the status of women.
Much as other socialist writers, his concern was with freeing women for participation into the social life, and more specifically into working life. In his view, the end of property-based relations would lead to the socialization of the community.
Bebel assumed that the socialist working collective would be based on gender equality. In my opinion, this assumption is not supported by his arguments.
Abolition of private property in itself does not mean that men and women would become equal workers.
Working relations have always been characterized by gender inequalities such as sexual discrimination, which are distinct from class inequalities, and therefore would not end just by abolishing private property and putting an end to the unequal accumulation of capital.
Bebel rightfully understood that productive relations could not be transformed, unless the sphere of reproduction was also restructured. His solution for restructuring reproductive relations was the socialization and mechanization of domestic work and the socialization of child rearing.
Again, these solutions prove insufficient for establishing gender equality in the sphere of reproduction. As much as the abolition of private property does not offer the ground for women and men to become equal workers, the socialization of domestic work and child rearing does not mean that men and women would become equal housekeepers and equal parents.
This vision has the merits of recognizing that housekeeping activities are work, even though they are performed privately, and therefore it is a step further from the capitalist definition of work.
However, all he does is to change the location of activities that reproduce everyday life preparing food, washing clothes from private to public.
Joanna Goven has shown that in state socialism the sphere of paid work was divided between. I think you ought to know, Doolittle, that Mr. Higgins's intentions are entirely honorable. Not in a general way I wouldn't; but to oblige a gentleman like you I'd do a good deal, I do assure you.
Neither could you if you was as poor as me. Not that I mean any harm, you know. But if Liza is going to have a bit out of this, why not me too? There can be no question that as a matter of morals it's a positive crime to give this chap a farthing. And yet I feel a sort of rough justice in his claim.
Don't say that, Governor. Don't look at it that way. What am I, Governors both? I ask you, what am I? I'm one of the undeserving poor: that's what I am. Think of what that means to a man. It means that he's up agen middle class morality all the time.
If there's anything going, and I put in for a bit of it, it's always the same story: "You're undeserving; so you can't have it. I don't need less than a deserving man: I need more.
I don't eat less hearty than him; and I drink a lot more. I want a bit of amusement, cause I'm a thinking man. I want cheerfulness and a song and a band when I feel low.
Well, they charge me just the same for everything as they charge the deserving. What is middle class morality? Just an excuse for never giving me anything. Therefore, I ask you, as two gentlemen, not to play that game on me. I'm playing straight with you. I ain't pretending to be deserving.
I'm undeserving; and I mean to go on being undeserving. I like it; and that's the truth. Will you take advantage of a man's nature to do him out of the price of his own daughter what he's brought up and fed and clothed by the sweat of his brow until she's growed big enough to be interesting to you two gentlemen?
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I put it to you; and I leave it to you. HIGGINS rising, and going over to Pickering Pickering: if we were to take this man in hand for three months, he could choose between a seat in the Cabinet and a popular pulpit in Wales.
Not me, Governor, thank you kindly. I've heard all the preachers and all the prime ministers—for I'm a thinking man and game for politics or religion or social reform same as all the other amusements—and I tell you it's a dog's life anyway you look at it.
Undeserving poverty is my line. Taking one station in society with another, it's—it's—well, it's the only one that has any ginger in it, to my taste. Not me, Governor, so help me I won't. Don't you be afraid that I'll save it and spare it and live idle on it. There won't be a penny of it left by Monday: I'll have to go to work same as if I'd never had it.
It won't pauperize me, you bet. Just one good spree for myself and the missus, giving pleasure to ourselves and employment to others, and satisfaction to you to think it's not been throwed away.
You couldn't spend it better.
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Let's give him ten. No, Governor. She wouldn't have the heart to spend ten; and perhaps I shouldn't neither.
Ten pounds is a lot of money: it makes a man feel prudent like; and then goodbye to happiness. You give me what I ask you, Governor: not a penny more, and not a penny less.
Why don't you marry that missus of yours? I rather draw the line at encouraging that sort of immorality. Tell her so, Governor: tell her so.
I'm willing. It's me that suffers by it. I've no hold on her. I got to be agreeable to her. I got to give her presents. I got to buy her clothes something sinful. I'm a slave to that woman, Governor, just because I'm not her lawful husband. And she knows it too. Catch her marrying me!
Take my advice, Governor: marry Eliza while she's young and don't know no better. If you don't you'll be sorry for it after. If you do, she'll be sorry for it after; but better you than her, because you're a man, and she's only a woman and don't know how to be happy anyhow.
Pickering: if we listen to this man another minute, we shall have no convictions left. When he opens it he is confronted with a dainty and exquisitely clean young Japanese lady in a simple blue cotton kimono printed cunningly with small white jasmine blossoms.
Pearce is with her. He gets out of her way deferentially and apologizes. Beg pardon, miss. Higgins, please don't say anything to make the girl conceited about herself. I should look all right with my hat on. She's a credit to me, ain't she? I tell you, it's easy to clean up here.
Hot and cold water on tap, just as much as you like, there is. Woolly towels, there is; and a towel horse so hot, it burns your fingers. Soft brushes to scrub yourself, and a wooden bowl of soap smelling like primroses.
Now I know why ladies is so clean. Washing's a treat for them. Wish they saw what it is for the like of me! I had a good mind to break it. I didn't know which way to look. But I hung a towel over it, I did. I never brought her up at all, except to give her a lick of a strap now and again.
Don't put it on me, Governor. She ain't accustomed to it, you see: that's all. But she'll soon pick up your free-and-easy ways.
Not him. You don't know my father. All he come here for was to touch you for some money to get drunk on. Well, what else would I want money for? To put into the plate in church, I suppose. He is so incensed by this that Pickering presently finds it necessary to step between them. Don't you give me none of your lip; and don't let me hear you giving this gentleman any of it neither, or you'll hear from me about it.
Have you any further advice to give her before you go, Doolittle? Your blessing, for instance. No, Governor: I ain't such a mug as to put up my children to all I know myself. Hard enough to hold them in without that.
If you want Eliza's mind improved, Governor, you do it yourself with a strap. So long, gentlemen. You'll come regularly to see your daughter.
It's your duty, you know. My brother is a clergyman; and he could help you in your talks with her. I'll come, Governor. Not just this week, because I have a job at a distance. But later on you may depend on me.
Afternoon, gentlemen. Afternoon, ma'am. Pearce, who disdains the salutation and goes out. He winks at Higgins, thinking him probably a fellow sufferer from Mrs. Pearce's difficult disposition, and follows her. Don't you believe the old liar. He'd as soon you set a bull-dog on him as a clergyman.
You won't see him again in a hurry. Not me.
I don't want never to see him again, I don't. He's a disgrace to me, he is, collecting dust, instead of working at his trade. Talking money out of other people's pockets into his own. His proper trade's a navvy; and he works at it sometimes too—for exercise—and earns good money at it.
Ain't you going to call me Miss Doolittle any more? Oh, I don't mind; only it sounded so genteel.
I should just like to take a taxi to the corner of Tottenham Court Road and get out there and tell it to wait for me, just to put the girls in their place a bit. I wouldn't speak to them, you know. Besides, you shouldn't cut your old friends now that you have risen in the world.
That's what we call snobbery. You don't call the like of them my friends now, I should hope.
They've took it out of me often enough with their ridicule when they had the chance; and now I mean to get a bit of my own back.
But if I'm to have fashionable clothes, I'll wait. I should like to have some. Pearce says you're going to give me some to wear in bed at night different to what I wear in the daytime; but it do seem a waste of money when you could get something to show.
Besides, I never could fancy changing into cold things on a winter night. It is Mrs. Higgins's at-home day. Nobody has yet arrived. Her drawing-room, in a flat on Chelsea embankment, has three windows looking on the river; and the ceiling is not so lofty as it would be in an older house of the same pretension.
The windows are open, giving access to a balcony with flowers in pots. If you stand with your face to the windows, you have the fireplace on your left and the door in the right-hand wall close to the corner nearest the windows.
Higgins was brought up on Morris and Burne Jones; and her room, which is very unlike her son's room in Wimpole Street, is not crowded with furniture and little tables and nicknacks.
In the middle of the room there is a big ottoman; and this, with the carpet, the Morris wall-papers, and the Morris chintz window curtains and brocade covers of the ottoman and its cushions, supply all the ornament, and are much too handsome to be hidden by odds and ends of useless things.
A few good oil-paintings from the exhibitions in the Grosvenor Gallery thirty years ago the Burne Jones, not the Whistler side of them are on the walls. The only landscape is a Cecil Lawson on the scale of a Rubens. There is a portrait of Mrs. Higgins as she was when she defied fashion in her youth in one of the beautiful Rossettian costumes which, when caricatured by people who did not understand, led to the absurdities of popular estheticism in the eighteen-seventies.
In the corner diagonally opposite the door Mrs. Higgins, now over sixty and long past taking the trouble to dress out of the fashion, sits writing at an elegantly simple writing-table with a bell button within reach of her hand.
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There is a Chippendale chair further back in the room between her and the window nearest her side. At the other side of the room, further forward, is an Elizabethan chair roughly carved in the taste of Inigo Jones. On the same side a piano in a decorated case. The corner between the fireplace and the window is occupied by a divan cushioned in Morris chintz.
It is my at home day: you promised not to come. But you mustn't. I'm serious, Henry.
You offend all my friends: they stop coming whenever they meet you. Small talk indeed! What about your large talk? Really, dear, you mustn't stay.
No use, dear. I'm sorry; but I can't get round your vowels; and though I like to get pretty postcards in your patent shorthand, I always have to read the copies in ordinary writing you so thoughtfully send me.
Well, you never fall in love with anyone under forty-five. When will you discover that there are some rather nice-looking young women about?
Oh, I can't be bothered with young women. My idea of a loveable woman is something as like you as possible. I shall never get into the way of seriously liking young women: some habits lie too deep to be changed. Stop fidgeting and take your hands out of your pockets.
That's a good boy. Now tell me about the girl. I've taught her to speak properly; and she has strict orders as to her behavior. She's to keep to two subjects: the weather and everybody's health—Fine day and How do you do, you know—and not to let herself go on things in general.
That will be safe. To talk about our health! How could you be so silly, Henry? Oh, she'll be all right: don't you fuss. Pickering is in it with me. I've a sort of bet on that I'll pass her off as a duchess in six months. I started on her some months ago; and she's getting on like a house on fire.
I shall win my bet. She has a quick ear; and she's been easier to teach than my middle-class pupils because she's had to learn a complete new language. She talks English almost as you talk French. You see, I've got her pronunciation all right; but you have to consider not only how a girl pronounces, but what she pronounces; and that's where—.
Oh Lord! The mother is well bred, quiet, and has the habitual anxiety of straitened means.
The daughter has acquired a gay air of being very much at home in society: the bravado of genteel poverty. I haven't the ghost of a notion where; but I've heard your voice. You'd better sit down. Higgins, who has turned her chair away from the writing-table. Oh, have I been rude?
I didn't mean to be. So glad you've come. Do you know Mrs. Eynsford Hill—Miss Eynsford Hill? The Colonel brings the Chippendale chair a little forward between Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Higgins, and sits down. You couldn't have come more fortunately: we want you to meet a friend of ours.
We want two or three people. You'll do as well as anybody else. Where was it? He shakes Freddy's hand, and almost slings him on the ottoman with his face to the windows; then comes round to the other side of it.
Well, here we are, anyhow! Eynsford Hill, on her left. Henry: you are the life and soul of the Royal Society's soirees; but really you're rather trying on more commonplace occasions.
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Inhabitants of Szentkatolna never forgot his famous son. Pál Bakk, a local historian has collected stories and memories about the great scholar during the s and published that in Hungarian journals. Shortly afterwards, at the centenary of Gábor Bálint´s birth, the above mentioned Bálint Gábor Association organized the first international Bálint Gábor Conference in Szentkatolna, and collected papers printed in the frame of the Transylvanian Museum Association.
Elementary school in Szentatolna. Bust of Gábor Bálint. Moreover, they recognized the statement of the Shi Ji chronicle that the Huns had a united state around 3rd century B. According to Deguignes, the Huns had appeared in the Chinese sources around B. Gumilyov maintains that the ancestors of Huns appeared only in the 7th century B.
Mansag states that the Hun society and the state itself had been created during a long period, between B. If we take a look at how long small Hunnish states survived in Inner and Central Asia, from Northern China to Caucasus or around the Crimean peninsula, via India, we can see that until the 7th century A.
The history of Late Huns in the Carpathian Basin is also an important and not fully solved question. So is the history of the Huns on the territory of present-day Mongolia. Batsaikhan has proved that Huns have not disappeared at the end of 1st century A.
Archaeologists have not found Xianbei graves or settlements at all in Mongolia, but the Chinese found huge amount of Xianbei relics in Inner Mongolia. It is very likely, that the Xianbei ruled that region. The newest of Chinese scholars proved, that the Southern Huns, who ed the Han-dynasty, have 1 Obrusánszky, In: Barfield, Chinese scholars think that the Xia-dynasty, as most Chinese dynasties, belonged to Huns.
On these theories: Obrusánszky, Their ancestor was descendant of Xia-dynasty, namely Chun-wei. In the next three years He died. His son, Xun-yun married wives and escaped northward and settled there, where wandered with herds. Jin shu. In: Wen.
Batsaihan, Chinese sources of that time proved, that the Southern Huns, under the leadership of Helian Bobo, the great Hunnish Emperor of the Da Xia kingdom, flourished in the Ordos 9 region, at the same time, when Attila spread his authority to Eastern and Western-Europe.
In the past most historians and professional orientalists did not consider the relics of Central Asia and India, despite the fact that with the help of the local historical sources, and numismatic finds the history of Huns can be traced and dated very precisely.
Therefore, it is clear that the Huns had states around the Lake Aral, 10 Khorasan and Kashmir until the 7th century.
This means, that the Huns interconnected the vast Eurasian steppe from the Ordos to the Carpathian Basin from ancient times to the medieval period, and some states survived even the Turkic invasion, which took place in the middle of the 6th century. In order to investigate the question, I investigate contemporary historical sources — mostly Armenian and Byzantine ones.
The Romanians accept the ancient Hungarian-Székely historical tradition, i.
Helian Bobo sent His son to Chang´an to become governor, he stayed in Tongwancheng. Thus, the Scythians brought geographic names to foreign places.
Strabon VII. Hernac must be his historical name. Romanian scholars presented papers at the International Hun conference, which was held in Speyer.
We have other substantial data to the history of that region. The Austrian scholar paid attention to the fact that the Gepids did not rule the whole Carpathian Basin from the second half of the 5th century, and in the 6th century they controlled only present-day Voyvodina. It is likely that independent Hun tribes and tribal alliances remained in the Carpathian Basin, as Eastern and Western sources mention them.
That is the northern part of the Caucasus Mountain. They count that date as the moment in time when Huns disappeared from the historical sources and they link to this the appearance on the scene of the Turkic-speaking tribes, the Ogurs. Let us investigate, whether new tribes or peoples indeed had arrived there from Central-Asia.
Huns and Ogurs In the literature dissimilar opinions can be read concerning the late history of the Huns and Ogurs. Most scholars agree that the Huns played a ificant role until the 7th century in the Caucasus region, right there, from where the Hungarian chronicles originated the Huns and Hungarians.
Fortunately, we have many written sources from that period and places, which make easier our research. If Hun Kingdoms controlled the vast territories of Central Asia and some parts of Eastern Europe, how was it possible for new tribes — namely Ogurs — to arrive into that region?
If they did venture into a big migration and won a victory over the Huns, especially the strong Hephtalite Kingdom, why the written sources of that time had not recorded that?
Even more, who were the Ogurs and where did they come from? If we want to answer these questions very shortly, we have to look only at the Byzantine sources about Ogurs. They say that the Ogurs belonged to the Huns, but the Persians later identified them with the Turks, as Hunnish people.
Wolfram, They had no independent Gepidian culture, but the Hun arts and fashion survived among them. But it is sure that they had left no artistic or linguistic traces behind in the Carpathian Basin.
Priscos described that around new peoples — Saragurs, Ogurs, and Onogurs — appeared in Byzantine and stated that they migrated from their homeland, because they 19 battled with the Sabirs, who were chased by Avars.
Historians thought that this was an element of a new big migration, and related those events to the appearance of the Turkic speaking Ogurs in the Northern Caucasus. According to the explanation, Ogurs lived on the Kazakh-steppe in and 20 from there departed westward after First of all, we must investigate, whether the Ogurs equal to the Tie-le people.
In the literature it is taken for granted that these two peoples are the same, despite historian sources of that time contradict this theory. Let us investigate the origin of the Turks.
According to the Chinese sources, the ancestors of the Turks were the Dingling, who lived around the Lake Baikal and they belonged to the Donghu alliance. It is likely that they were a tribe of the later Xianbei people. One ificant group moved southward, and they got a new name as Gao-che, or people of high couch.
Presumably, there were tight connections between the Dingling and the Tie-le, because they lived in one place, but we do not know, whether they belonged to the same ethnic group.
Now, let us take a look at the Tie-le question, and investigate some sources about them. The Wei-shu recorded that they were Huns on his mother side. They spoke the Hun language, but they had a small accent.
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The Chinese sources wrote about the history of the Turks very thoroughly. They lived in present-day Gansu province and their royal house, Ashina was of Hun origin, which belonged to the Northern-Liang-dynasty, which controlled one ificant sector of the Silk Road.
Sui-shu wrote that the ancestors of the Turks were mixed Huns, and the Ashina clan was a Hunnish tribe. Author refers to Shiratori.
It has relation with Persian ban or Hungarian bán. Obrusánszky, In: Erdemtü, As we see, the Turks just moved from the Altai to the Mongolian steppe in the middle of the 6th century, they did not appear near the Caucasus.
Regarding the so-called Ogur migration, besides Priscos, other relevant sources had not written of new people, even we can not find new archaeological culture around Pontus, which contradicts the migration theory.
The fragments of Priscos´ text is not an original record, it remained in copy from the Suda-lexicon of the 28 10th century, under the name Abaris. The copy makers inserted there the old date, but we do not know, whether they altered it, because the Avars appeared only around in Northern Caucasus, not in This theory is also false, because during that period the Huns occupied the 30 vast territories of Central-Asia from the 2nd century A.
Hindi and Persian sources recorded that around the Huns spread their control over Bactria and 31 Tokharistan. If new people did not arrive, then only one solution remained — the Ogurs, Saragurs, Ugors, etc had lived there before. This theory is supported by Jafarov and Haussig.
First of all they had an own tribe name, as Ogur, and if they belonged to a big alliance, they used that, too.
Some authors realized that in the history of Scythians. The Greek historian recorded that Scythians got their name after their first king, Skolotos.
He refered to Haussig. Christian, Finally we must clarify one more question, the name and meaning of so-called Ugors.
This kind of name did not exist in historical sources; it originated only in the 19th century, when linguists 41 created this scientific expression in order to create a fictive Uralic phylum, and one branch became the Ugors, or Hanti-Mansi and Hungarian sub-divisions.
As a matter of fact, the Ugors or the original form 42 — Ogur — only meant Hungarians in Eastern sources. We can not say Ugric tribes at all, because the peoples living in the woods of Siberia were not able to establish political organizations, they remained in systems of clans or families, because their way of life prohibited the development of higher political and 43 social organizations.
Historical processes By virtue of the above mentioned dates and sources we can see that contemporary historian sources did not mention any new migration from the East in the middle of the 5th century.
Now let us have a look at the historical processes of the Eurasian region. There were some events in the steppe of Central Asia in the end of Antiquity. After that event, in the 3rd century A. At the same time, the Kushan Empire also declined, which affected vast territories around Northern India and Gandhara.
They were called as Hion or Kidarita, where the last one would refer to the royal clan. But we have no information about migration around Regarding the historical dates, it is impossible that new people appeared in the northern part of the Caucasus, but as Haussig and Jafarov referred to that, only one explanation remained, tribes under own clan or tribe names became independent from the Huns, and they used those ones in diplomatic matters.
By the way, in the history of the Caucasus two ificant events were recorded. One is the revolt of the Albanian people inwhen new a Hunnish tribe, the Sabirs emerged. Goths also lived there, who learned and applied the Scythian customs and way of life.
Some people survived until the Mongolian invasion in the 13th century. Kingdoms were established. We can say that that century was the end of the great united powers. Only in the course of the 6th century some powers wanted to unite the former Roman Empire again, under the leadership I.
The preceding was successful and recovered control the former Roman territories, even spread authority over some of the steppe belt — Western Caucasus and Crimea.
Justinian used allied Huns against the Persians.
Despite the European transformations, in the Central Asian regions big Empires — Persian and White Huns — survived, and fought with each other for the control over the commercial routes.
When the Turks appeared in the middle of the 6th century, they replaced the Huns, but there was a big metamorphosis because of the same origin of civilization bow bended people. Metamorphosis happened also after the Arab invasion, when new cultural and religious tradition appeared in the steppe, and the invaders did not belong to the bow bended people, so they counted as foreign elements among the late Huns and Turks.
Huns and Hungarians It is known from various kinds of sources that the Huns appeared in Eastern Europe in the 2nd century A. Their royal center was located at the Meotis swamps, which was the court of the Royal Scythians and Scythiced Goths before.
The Huns first occupied the royal center, but when they occupied Western-European lands, they had to choose another royal center in order to organize the whole big empire from Eastern Europe to the River Rhone.
The new center was established in the Carpathian Basin. When Attila died inhis youngest son returned to that old land, as I mentioned earlier.
Irnek or Chaba, is the ancestor of Hungarians. Their tribes kept this place in memory. According to some old theories, Hungarians had connection to Onogurs, but they did not belong to the Huns. Bolgars, who also originated from the Huns, accepted that they got Hunnish heritage.
Theophanes recorded that in the city of Kerch there was a Hun Kingdom, where two brothers lived.
It is likely that independent Hun tribes and tribal alliances remained in the Carpathian Basin, as Eastern Woman want real sex bellows falls Western sources mention them.
Ogurda was the king and his brother name was Muageris. In: Moravcsik, So did Derbentname — a Persian source—, too, who recorded that on the territory of present-day Dagestan, 52 there were two big Magyar cities Ulu Majar and Kichi Majar.
A Byzantine source also recorded that Hungarians had another name in the past; they were called as Savartoi Asphalu, which meant Sabir.
As we know Sabirs belonged to Huns and ruled big territories above the city of Derbent, present day Dagestan. Thúry stated in the end of the 19th century that Hungarians appeared in the local sources as Ungur, Kuda-magar.
Hungarian historians, Turkologists debated that Hungarians had an independent state before the 9 century, and that was a powerful state around the Caucasus.
The sources of that time contradicted th that, because of early appearance of the name Hungarians as Majar or any variants from the 6th century.
The name refers to that being a leading tribe among them, who were direct descendants of Attila. As regard the steppe tradition, they had the privilege to elect the king. As we know, after the first so-called Pecheneg attack, Savartoi Asphalu separated from other Hungarians, and settled down in the territory of Persia, in present-day Azerbaijan.
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The author also said, after the Pecheneg attack, Khazars occupied the land of Hungarians. If the Khazars occupied that land from Hungarians, where they ly lived, as the Derbentname and above mentioned sources proved.
The so-called Pecheneg attack occurred not in the 9th century but in the th centuries, when Arab troops strongly attacked that region. Only the Khazars stopped them in bloody battles.
As Botalov pointed out, in the Eastern European area big change happened in the 8th century. As Western sources proved, before 52 Helilov-Nyitray, The tribes must elect their first man from the Royal clan.
In: Pauler-Szilágyi, Hungarians and the East II. Conference Magyarság és Kelet II. KonferenciaBudapest. Summary In my brief article I just referred to such kinds of questions, which can be of importance when dealing with the history of Late Huns in Eastern Europe.