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Medieval popular culture : problems of belief and perception
1. Popular culture and medieval Latin literature from Caesarius of Arles to Caesarius of Heisterbach 2. Peasants and saints 3. Popular culture in the mirror of the penitentials 4. The "Divine Comedy"… Expand
The Realm of St Stephen: A History of Medieval Hungary, 895–1526
- J. Bak
- 1 February 2004
The Hungarian Revolution of 1956 : reform, revolt and repression, 1953-1963
Hungary after World War II the path to revolution from mass protest to armed uprising victory and defeat the Revolution and world politics rearguard struggles aims and programmes repression and… Expand
The man of many devices, who wandered full many ways ... : festschrift in honour of János M. Bak
More than sixty friends and colleagues pay tribute to the distinguised professor Janos M. Bak's 70th birthday.
Roles and Functions of Queens in Árpádian and Angevin Hungary (1000–1386 A.D.)
- J. Bak
Probably much less has been written on Hungarian queens than on those from other European kingdoms in the Middle Ages. While the neglect of queens was common to all medieval historians until… Expand
Socialism and social science : selected writings of Ervin Szabó, 1877-1918
This volume contains these articles: Aziz Al-Azmeh, "Monotheistic Kingship" (pp. 9-29); Gyorgy Gereby, "Carl Schmitt and Erik Peterson on the Problem of Political Theology: A Footnote to Kantorowicz"… Expand
Krónikák krónikája : The Encyclopedia of the Medieval Chronicle. Ed. Graeme Dunphy. Vol. 2. LXXXIV. Brill, Leiden-Boston, 2010. 1748 oldal