Lymbus 2016

Lymbus 2016

Lymbus 2016
Source Publications in Hungarian Studies
Editor in Chief: Gábor Ujváry
NSZL– International Association for Hungarian Studies– Research Centre for the Humanities of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences,
Budapest, 2016. 448 pages

ISSN 0865 0632

2 600,- Ft
Available

The renewed and modified version of an earlier periodical of the same title, Lymbus, Source Publications in Hungarian Studies has been being published from 2003. Its main profile is the publication of documents of considerable historical value from 1526 to 1945 explored during the research of Hungarica. The interpretation of the sources published in their original language is facilitated by introductory studies and a great deal of explanatory notes in Hungarian.

The publication of the yearbook is supported by the following prestigious Hungary-based workshops of Hungarology: Balassi Institute, Hungarian National Archives, International Association for Hungarian Studies, National Széchényi Library.

Contents:

  • Flóra Farkas: Leonhard Huntpichler: Epistola ad Dionysium cardinalem ac archiepiscopum Strigoniensem 7–27
  • Emőke Rita Szilágyi: A letter from Miklós Oláh to Lady Lisle, Anna Boleyn’s Court Lady, 29–35
  • György Domokos – Norbert Mátyus: Antonio Mazza and his Report on the Siege of Buda, 37–75
  • György Palotás: Moderni temporis oratio ad Deum. Mihály Verancsics’s Prayer against the Turks, 1566 (?), 77–82
  • Zsuzsanna Hámori Nagy: Sources on Two French Diplomats of Gábor Bethlen and the Last Years of his Rule (1626–1633), 83–111
  • Annamária Jeney-Tóth: Tax Rating in Kolozsvár (Cluj) in the 1630s, 113–162
  • Orsolya Bubryák: The Dowry of Krisztina Nyáry. Sources for the Formation of the Esterházy-Treasury, 163–189
  • László Zsigmond Bujtás: The Visit of Ferenc Gyulai and János Donáth in Vienna as Ambassadors. New Facts on Mihály Apafi’s Dutch Relations (1687), 191–238
  • József Jankovics: Letters from Miklós Bethlen to Ferdinand Bonaventura Harrach, Leopold I, and an Unknown Person (1699–1703), 239–258
  • Andor Nagy: Epitaphs of Imre Thököly in the Joseph Trausch’s Manuscript Collection 259–264
  • Edina Zvara: An Unpublished Political Pamphlet in Hungarian by Frigyes Trenk, 265–282
  • Gábor Vaderna: Count József Dessewffy on the Freedom of Press and Censorship, 283–318
  • Endre Lipthay: The Correspondence Between Count Imre Mikó and his Wife Countess Mária Rhédey from 1848, 319–341
  • Zsuzsanna Rózsafalvi: Letters from Aladár Schöpflin to Ákos Dutka, 343–350
  • Petra Hamerli: Addenda to the Reception of Rothermere’s Revision Campaign: The Correspondence of the Press Tycoon and Eduard Beneš through Italian Eyes, 351–365
  • János Buza: The Funeral Speech of Jenő Berlász at the Catafalque of dr. Ferenc Kovács (Delivered in the Farkasrét Cemetery, 13 November 1956), 367–370
  • Magdolna Gilányi: “In my dream, Cardenal Mindszenty was up and doing well… And I myself was present.” A Diary of Kornél Bőle O. P. in 1956, 371–385
  • Zsuzsanna Simon: Debate on the Phalanstery Scene of The Tragedy of Man at the Literary History Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 387–428
  • Zsolt K. Lengyel: A Work Diary in the legacy of a Hungarian in Bavaria, 429–448