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Archaeologists in Romania discover tomb of Hungary’s most revered medieval king (balkaninsight.com)

A team of archaeologists from Hungary and Romania is hailing the almost certain discovery of the tomb of medieval Hungarian king Andrew II, celebrated for granting the Golden Bull of 1222, Hungary’s answer to the English Magna Carta.

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