From content broadcast on December 27.
We continue to show the burial places of Samuel Abba, this time at Abasar, where our third king was moved from Veldbro after the kings of Arpad became more important to respect King Istvan, so the worship of Samuel could continue in the family monastery. The monastery was excavated by the Hungarian Research Institute, and its archaeologists certainly did not find bones associated with her person, but they did find a burial site. However, it was not easy for them in the damaged terrain, which was not only devastated by the Tatar Turks. The ancient burial place was revered by the locals, where in the 1950s the tea master built a large purple family home, destroying the rotunda and the huge underground wine cellar, and if that wasn't enough, there is a dilapidated cultural center in the archaeological area. DNA analysis of the bones found has now been completed. On Wednesday, it will become clear where the DNA strands lead.
Location – Radio Kossuth – Wednesday 27 December at 11:05
Editor: Maria Wagner
Host: Rudolf Burkert
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