Ignac Kunos (1860–1945) was a Hungarian folklorist, linguist, turkologist. He was one of the most avowed scientists of Turkish dialectology and folk literature. He started his career focusing on the dialectology, phonological and morphological of the Hungarian language, and at university he started interesting in Turkish philology and language. After his trip at the Orient he collected Turkish fairy tales and published it in Forty-four Turkish Fairy Tales. This fairy-tale was collected and retold by Ignac Kunoc and it tells us about a Padishah who one day got angry with his own son and ordered to execute him. The wize Vizir tried to talk him out of that cruel doing. In the result the Padishah decided not to kill him but to send him into exile. So he and his mother who wished to follow him went away and one day the young man found a stone that featured an interesting magical ability: it could illuminate and give enough light for a town.