The Hungarian conquest started in the context of a "late or 'small' migration of peoples".Contemporary sources attest that the Hungarians crossed the Carpathian Mountains following a joint attack in 894 or 895 by the Pechenegs and Bulgarians against them.They first took control over the lowlands east of the river Danube and attacked and occupied Pannonia (the region to the west of the river) in 900.

was a series of historical events ending with the settlement of the Hungarian people in Central Europe at the turn of the 9th and 10th centuries.

Before the arrival of the Hungarians, three early medieval powers, the First Bulgarian Empire, East Francia and Moravia had fought each other for control of the Carpathian Basin.

They occasionally hired Hungarian horsemen as soldiers.

Therefore, the Hungarians who dwelt on the Pontic steppes east of the Carpathians were familiar with their future homeland when their "land-taking" started.

Map showing the basic territory of Bijelo Brdo culture (10th-12th century), according to the book of Russian archaeologist Valentin Vasilyevich Sedov.

By this view, the area of the village of Bijelo Brdo itself is excluded from this territory.

Most cemeteries from the turn of the 9th and 10th centuries are concentrated in the Upper Tisza region and in the plains along the rivers Rába and Vág, for instance, at Tarcal, Tiszabezdéd, Naszvad (Nesvady, Slovakia) and Gyömöre, For many years [the Moravians] have in fact perpetrated the very crime of which they have only once falsely accused us.

The Hungarians strengthened their control over the Carpathian Basin by defeating a Bavarian army in a battle fought at Brezalauspurc on July 4, 907.

They launched a series of plundering raids between 899 and 955 and also targeted the Byzantine Empire between 943 and 971.

However, they gradually settled in the Basin and established a Christian monarchy, the Kingdom of Hungary around 1000.

The earliest work is Emperor Leo the Wise's Tactics, finished around 904, which recounts the Bulgarian-Byzantine war of 894–896, a military conflict directly preceding the Hungarians' departure from the Pontic steppes.