A wanted poster from 1856 promising reward for Sándor Rózsa, dead or aliveSándor Rózsa (born July 10, 1813, Röszke – died November 22, 1878, Gherla) was a legendary Hungarian outlaw (in Hungarian: betyár) from the Great Hungarian Plain. He is the best-known Hungarian highwayman; his life inspired numerous writers, notably Zsigmond Móricz and Gyula Krúdy. He enjoyed much the same esteem as Dick Turpin, with elements of Robin Hood thrown in for good measure.

A wanted poster from 1856 promising reward for Sándor Rózsa, dead or alive
Sándor Rózsa (born July 10, 1813, Röszke – died November 22, 1878, Gherla) was a legendary Hungarian outlaw (in Hungarian: betyár) from the Great Hungarian Plain. He is the best-known Hungarian highwayman; his life inspired numerous writers, notably Zsigmond Móricz and Gyula Krúdy. He enjoyed much the same esteem as Dick Turpin, with elements of Robin Hood thrown in for good measure.