Matthias Rex 1458—1490. Hungary at the Dawn of the Renaissance

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Tamás Adamik, The Corvinian Manuscript of Quintilian’s Institutio Oratoria

István Bartók, „Tamen”: Die (anzunehmend existierende) lateinisch–ungarische Grammatik von Janus Pannonius

Ildikó Bárczi, Du lecteur à l’écrivain : Reconstruction du processus d’utilisation de livres sur la base des annotations d’un dominicain hongrois

Enikő Békés, Galeotto Marzio and the Court of King Matthias Corvinus: De egregie, sapienter, iocose dictis ac factis regis Mathiae

Gábor Bolonyai, The Royal Librarian’s Notes

Zoltán Csehy, Galeotto Marzio – poeta delle ambivalenze

Alessandro Daneloni, Bartolomeo Fonzio e Mattia Corvino

Marie-Luce Demonet, Affinités linguistiques dans la Grammatica hungarolatina de Janos Sylvester

Balázs Déri, Representation or Philology?: The Missale Strigoniense (1484) and its Printed Updates

Amedeo Di Francesco, Divagazioni sul mito di Mattia Corvino nella letteratura Ungherese (secc. XV-XVII)

Péter Ekler, George of Trebizond and the documents of the studia humanitatis in the Corvinian Library

Anna Pullia, Dávid Falvay, L’Ungheria a Firenze: La sacra rappresentazione fiorentina di Santa Guglielma, regina d’Ungheria

Miklós István Földváry, The Prehistory of the Ordinarius Strigoniensis: The Relationship of a XVth Century Print to its Manuscript Antecedents

Iván Horváth, Les premiers textes de la poésie hongroise profane

László Jankovits, The Stars, the Poet and the King

Mikó Árpád, I Corvinus a Buda: nomi romani nello spazio di gioco dell’arte

András Németh, Byzantine and Humanist Greek Manuscripts in Buda before 1526

Klára Pajorin, Astrologia, magia e il culto di Apuleio nella cultura di Mattia Corvino

Zoltán L. Simon, How to sell a poetry book twice?: C. Tribrachi Mutinensis Eclogae ad Johannem Vitéz

Géza Szentmártoni Szabó, The cult of Matthias in the 16th century

László Szörényi, Il Re Mattia e Silio Italico

Noémi Viskolcz, Corvinen in Wien in der frühen Neuzeit

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