Isfahan Codex and the Hungarian origins

Isfahan, a city of one and a half million, is the third most populous city in Iran. The town, located in the central part of the country, is one of the most important monuments of Hungarian prehistoric history. The text, known as the Isfahan Codex, is located in a monastery called the Surb Khach Monastery, which continues to excite scholars of the subject.

The text is an alleged Armenian-Hun glossary that proves Hungarian-Hun relatedness. However, the codex has been repeatedly criticized for not being seen and the text has so far only been published in a coloring book for children.

The codex has been raised in several places over the past decade as a fraud and it is said, that it does not exist, since the monastery designated as “the site”, the monastery does not exist. Regarding that, the majority of the scientific profession is on the opinion that the Code itself does not exist, as no tangible evidence has yet been found.