By Balázs Nagy, Martyn Rady, Katalin Szende, András Vadas
Medieval Buda in Context discusses the nature and improvement of Buda and its atmosphere among the 13th and the 16th centuries, rather its position as a royal middle and capital urban of the medieval nation of Hungary. The twenty-one articles written via Hungarian and foreign students draw on various fundamental assets: texts, either felony and literary; archaeological discoveries; architectural historical past; artwork heritage; and different stories of fabric tradition. The essays additionally position Buda within the political, social, cultural and financial context of alternative modern important and japanese ecu towns. via bringing jointly the result of learn undertaken in contemporary a long time for an English-language readership, this quantity deals new insights into city heritage and the tradition of Europe as a complete. individuals are Janos M. Bak, Zoltan Bencze, Judit Benda, Istvan Draskoczy, Antonin Kalous, Istvan Kenyeres, Gabor Klaniczay, Andras Kubinyi, Jozsef Laszlovszky, Karoly Magyar, Balazs Nagy, Szilard Papp, James Plumtree, Martyn Rady, Valery Rees, Orsolya Rethelyi, Beatrix F. Romhanyi, Enik Spekner, Peter Szabo, Katalin Szende, Andras Vadas, Andras Vegh, and Laszlo Veszpremy."
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