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Digital science in context of book culture history research: Polonica of the 16th-18th centuries in selected databases of written cultural heritage concerning the Kingdom of Hungary

@inproceedings{pniov2017DigitalSI,
  title={Digital science in context of book culture history research: Polonica of the 16th-18th centuries in selected databases of written cultural heritage concerning the Kingdom of Hungary},
  author={Marta {\vS}p{\'a}niov{\'a} and Lucia Lichnerov{\'a}},
  year={2017}
}
The aim of this study is to point out cultural relationships between Slovakia and Poland in book culture history, especially regarding libraries’ development. Our research focuses on an analysis of all types of Polonica (language, content, author and territory) in Hungarian historical libraries from 16th to 18th century1. In this context, we would like to emphasise that the territory of today’s Slovakia and today’s Hungary was the core of the Kingdom of Hungary at that time and therefore… 
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