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Then Duke Menumorout, having left a host of warriors in Bihar castle, fleeing before them, betook himself and his wife and daughter to the groves of Ygfon. Vsubuu and Veluc and their entire army happily began to ride against Bihar castle and encamped beside the Iouzas river. On the third day, having arranged their armies, they set out to make war on the castle, and, in turn, warriors gathered from divers nations began to fight against Usubuu and his warriors. The Szekels [Sycli] and the Hungarians killed many men with arrow shots.

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Gesta Hungarorum , or The Deeds of the Hungarians , is the first extant Hungarian book about history. Its genre is not chronicle, but gesta , meaning "deeds" or "acts", which is a medieval entertaining literature. It was written by an unidentified author who has traditionally been called Anonymus in scholarly works. According to most historians, the work was completed between around and The principal subject of the Gesta is the Hungarian conquest of the Carpathian Basin at the turn of the 9th and 10th centuries, and it writes of the origin of the Hungarians , identifying the Hungarians' ancestors with the ancient Scythians. Anonymus also used folk songs and ballads when writing his work.

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