this manuscript the final result of which was my MA-thesis written under the supervision of Alice Sárközi and Katalin Uray-Kohalmi. This paper is the extract of my thesis. I would like to express my gratitude to my supervisors for their intellectual and
Social character, pictorial style, and the grammar of technical illustrations in Craftmen’s manuscripts in the late middle ages , in Picturing machines 1400–1700 , Cambridge, Mass , MIT Press , 2004 , pp. 85 – 111 .
Authors:Henk F. Moed, Lisa Colledge, Jan Reedijk, Felix Moya-Anegon, Vicente Guerrero-Bote, Andrew Plume, and Mayur Amin
identify tiers. As a consequence authors have started to develop strategic behaviour in submitting manuscripts to journals. This was easily noticed by some specialist referees, who first received a manuscript to review from an editor of a high-TRIF journal
comments, and the loan of his books. I would like to thank Ágnes Tóvizi for her productive consultation, and for her assistance in arranging for me to view the original Gradual. I thank Ferenc Földesi, head of the Department of Manuscripts at the National
ortodoxia története Magyarországon a XVIII. századig . Szeged, 1995. 77–83.
Кочиш 1999–2001 = The Szeged Minea . A Cyrillic Manuscript from the Late 16th Century . A text edition by Mihály Kocsis. (Bibliotheca Slavica Savariensis