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...Louis Dumay wrote a number of historical works as well as this book on Hungary, including 'L'Estat de l'Empire, ou Abbrégé do Droict Public d'Allemagne' (1660), translated into English in 1676. Dumay also wrote a funeral elegy for Eberhard...
...A description of the journey of Paulus Rubigallus via Szeged, Belgrade, Sofia and Adrianople to Constantinople, including an epigram by Philipp Melanchthon. Rubigallus accompanied the Hungarian embassy of Stefan Verboczy and Johann Eszeki...
...Dated 27th September 1731, the manuscript is in a cursive, copperplate hand, and it was copied by Peter Christian Koch in 1731 from the original. In a preface addressed to his uncle, the writer declares that now there is peace, he...
...A letter written in a cursive hand, addressed to captains and high-ranking officers in and around Szoboszlo and Nanas, in which Ali Pasha lets them know that he has been informed about their attempt to occupy two frontier cities. He warns...
...The Ottoman Empire is one of the longest enduring empires in history. During its golden era in fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, most of the Arab world, together with a sizeable part of Eastern Europe, had been incorporated into its...
...First edition of this appeal to Pope Adrian VI written from Split in the aftermath of the capture of Belgrade by Suleiman I in August 1521. "Our towns and villages are in flames," he writes, "the crops ruined...our churches have been turned...