Szenci Molnár Albert elveszettnek hitt Igaz Vallás portréja (1606) avagy Holland–flamand-magyar szellemi kapcsolatok a kora újkorban

Translated title of the contribution: True Religion: a lost portrait by Albert Szenci Molnár (1606) or Dutch–Flemish–Hungarian intellectual relations in the early-modern period

Kees Teszelszky

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    Abstract

    This is the story of a work of one of the greatest early-modern humanists of Hungary, Albert Szenci Molnár, which had been lost for almost 400 years. The rediscovered Icon religionis or 'Image of Religion' is one of the oldest broadsheets printed in the Hungarian language. It was found in the collection of the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam on 30 October 2012. This study will focus on the history, the meaning and the Dutch background of this work. Furthermore, I will devote attention to Dutch-Flemish-Hungarian intellectual relations with regard to this author, the work and the time at which it was created.
    Translated title of the contributionTrue Religion: a lost portrait by Albert Szenci Molnár (1606) or Dutch–Flemish–Hungarian intellectual relations in the early-modern period
    Original languageMultiple languages
    Place of PublicationBudapest
    PublisherELTE BTK Középkori és Kora Újkori Magyar Történeti Tanszéke and the Transylvania Emlékeiért Tudományos Egyesület
    Commissioning bodyELTE BTK
    Number of pages181
    ISBN (Print)978-963-284-484-8
    Publication statusPublished - Feb-2014

    Keywords

    • Early modern history
    • Hungary
    • REFORMATION
    • Imagology
    • Diplomatic history
    • Emblems
    • Dutch Revolt

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