The written words that remained among the common people indicate that there was no illiteracy from the most ancient times on.
Everyone, from the simple shepherd boy to the king, knew how to write. The place of the Magyar runic script in the universal history of writing.
The fact that the signs on the Tatárlaka disk are 1,000-1,500 years older than similar Mesopotamian hieroglyphic signs reinforces the hypothesis that the cradle of writing was the Carpathian Basin.
The Hungarian people, whose ancestors created these letters, still live there.
We do not know by what name the Hungarian ancestors, who carved these letters onto wooden sticks and lived at that time in the Carpathian Basin, called themselves.