Illustrated Latin-Language Histories of St. Stephen’s Kingdom (1488–1700)
Because of the wide thematic and chronological scope of the thesis, the bibliography records only those publications which were mentioned in the work. The list of the books and articles is divided into two parts – the first one is concern with the primary sources, for the most part early printed books, the second notes mainly works from more recent scholarship. All editions of a book are mentioned in the case of books from the main corpus of sources, reception of which was examined in the thesis, in the remaining cases only the editio princeps was acknowledged.
Anonymous. “P. magistri, qui Anonymus dicitur, Gesta Hungarorum,” edited by Emil Jakubovich. SRH, 2, 13–117.
Anonymus and Master Roger. The Deeds of the Hungarians / Anonymus, notary of King Béla, eds., trans. and annotated by Martyn Rady, László Veszprémy. Master Roger’s Epistle to the Sorrowful Lament upon the Destruction of the Kingdom of Hungary by the Tartars, trans. and annotated by János M. Bak and Martyn Rady. Budapest; New York: Central European University Press: 2010.
Bautschner, Marcellin. Inscripti heroum nomina flores in trophaeo illustrissimae familiae Esterhasianae a regia Attilae Hunnorum (…) radice continua rectaque serie in haec usque tempora feliciter germinantes, hoc est heroes (…) Esterhasiorum nominis properanti calamo descripti. Viennae Austriae: Voigt, 1674.
Beda Uenerabilis, In Marci euangelium exposition. In Library of Latin Texts – Series A, Turnhout: Brepols, [accessed: 19.09.2014].
Beer, Johann Christoph. Leben,...
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