Those ancient, long forgotten ethnic identities are reviving in Europe. I was born in Jaszbereny, a village in the Tisza-Zagyva floodplains, peopled by the Jasz ethnic. Now the Jasz are searching for their roots and are becoming aware (they always knew but it was left in the background) that they have little to do (genetically) with the conquering seven Hungarian (Turkish-Mongol) tribes but they are ... Iranian refugees. They had forgotten to speak Persian and they had assumed they were Hungarian. I wonder to where will this searching for a thousand years old roots craze lead.