"Hungarian prehistory" () is a specific period in the history of the Hungarian people that refers to the time starting from when the Magyars were considered a people separate and identifiable from other Ugric speakers (1000–500 BC) up until their occupation and settlement of the Carpathian Basin around 896 AD ().
The events that occurred between the Honfoglalás ("home conquest") and the coronation of St. Stephen (1000/1001 AD) are also included by some historians as part of Hungarian prehistory.
The formation of the Magyar people
Emergence from the Ugric speakers
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