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Az esztergomi Víziváros északi végében elhelyezkedő, több építési periódus emlékeit őrző műemlékegyüttes fő eleme az évszázadokat meglepően jó állapotban átvészelő Özicseli Hadzsi Ibrahim-dzsámi. Azonosítása óta több mint negyven év telt el, ám az elmúlt bő egy évtizedben vált igazán a kutatók számŕ_

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This study is intended to introduce a pioneering project called Missalia that should serve to enable the analysis and comparison of the Mass proper as a whole, including not only the chanted parts in the strict sense, but also the so-called euchological material, and the corpus of lessons. Given that they belong to the same system, their analysis is indispensable for the interpretation of musical sources, because the layer of the Gradual in its entirety is far less variable than that of the Sacramentary or the Lectionary. Some new principles and methods are proposed in order to describe and classify the Mass proper of medieval liturgical uses, pre-eminently the necessity of a Europe-wide sampling and the importance of early printed material. As a case study, a recent discovery is presented which demonstrates a close and exclusive link between the euchological layers of the late printed Missals of Regensburg and Zagreb. This relationship can be traced back to, and becomes even more obvious in the early 13th century, and a conclusion can be drawn that it originated in the first decades of the 11th century. In this period, and in this period only, is it feasible to suppose that Regensburg exerted a strong influence on the composition of the early Hungarian Sacramentary.

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Inschriften aus Britannien Neuer Statthalter. Westd. Korr. 1903 22 202 203 I. Horváth M. Kelemen I. Torma : Magyarország régészeti topográfiája 5. Komárom megye. Esztergom és dorogi járás

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1 A Velencei Karta 1964–2004–2044? Műemlékvédelem 48 (2004) különszám 2 A Velencei Charta 50 éve 1964–2014 . Esztergom, 2014. június 19

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FROM CONNOISSEURSHIP TO ART HISTORY

CASE STUDY ON AN EARLY NETHERLANDISH PAINTING IN ESZTERGOM

Acta Historiae Artium Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae
Author: Zsuzsa Urbach

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The small panel painting of The Madonna lactansin a Landscape in the Christian Museum of Esztergom was attributed by its former owners to Petrus Christus. The composition derives from a popular painting by Robert Campin, The Virgin in an Apse. The technical examinations of the painting proved, that the panel is heavily overpainted. Allthough the dendrochronological examinations proved that the panel itself is from 1445–1455, the style of the painting is close to Barend van Orley.

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In this survey of the most important exhibitions of art historical interest the following exhibitions and (if published, also with the indication of their texts or summaries in an other language then Hungarian) their catalogues are reviewed. History and its Images, the Relationships between Past and Art in Hungary – Hungarian National Gallery/Budapest Images of Hungarian History – Historical Gallery of the Hungarian National Museum/Budapest Medieval History in the Mirror of Seals. Medieval Seals of Esztergom – Cathedral Treasury/Esztergom Cult and Relics of Hungarian Saints – Christian Museum/Esztergom The Center of Europe around 1000 (an international exhibition) – Hungarian National Museum/Budapest „Basilica grandis et famosa‘ The Provostry Church of the Holy Virgin (stone carvings of the medieval royal Provostry of Székesfehárvár) – Museum of King St. Stephan/Székesfehárvár Three Codexes (the Csatár-Admont Bible, the Hungarian Angevin Legendary and the Psalter of Bishop Urban Nagylucsei) – Széchényi National Library/Budapest The Centuries of the Royal Palace in Buda – Historical Museum of Budapest/Budapest The House of the Nation, Parliament Plans for Buda-Pest, 1784–1884 – Museum of Fine Arts/Budapest Guardians of Hungay's Heritage. József Könyöky's and Viktor Myskovszky's evaluations of historic monuments (late 19th century) – National Office for Historical Monuments/Budapest Treasures of the Applied Arts in Hungary – An hommage to the donors – Museum of Applied Arts/Budapest Intuition, Innovation, Invention. Scientific and technical discoveries, artistic innovations from Hungary – Exhibitions Hall/Budapest Images of Time – Museum of Ethnography/ Budapest

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Libri liturgici manuscripti… i. m. [30. jegyzet] 164–172 (No. 29.); Berkovits Ilona: Magyar emlékek.In: Esztergom műemlékei I. rész. Múzeumok, kincstár, könyvtár.Szerk.Gerevich Tibor, összeáll.Genthon István.(Magyarország műemléki topográfiája, I

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In the territory of historical Hungary, there were several settlements, counties, towns, and villages divided by the river Danube. Counties situated on two sides of the river are typical of the territory lying to the west and south of the Danube-strait between Esztergom and Vác. At the time of the Hungarian Settlement (9th-10th century), the river never meant a dividing line for the Hungarian tribes settling down, and this fact influenced the formation of the counties situated on both sides of the Danube. The Counties Gyor, Komárom, and Esztergom were areas divided by the Danube until 1920, and Fejér County was also until the end of the sixteenth century. In the Hungarian Calvinist church administration, there still exists the Calvinist Church District of the Danube-Side, which contains districts situated on both sides of the river Danube.The town of Buda and Pest united to form one settlement after the construction of the Chain Bridge (1848). A similar development seemed to be possible in the case of Esztergom and Párkány, Komárom and Újszôny, Pozsony and Pozsonyligetfalu joined by bridges and also in the case of Visegrád and Nagymaros having a ferry connection. Komárom united with Újszôny in 1896, and the two settlements were separated by the Trianon Peace Treaty in 1920. At the same time, we cannot find any united settlement-pairs divided by the Danube from the south of Budapest to as far as Újvidék-Pétervárad and Zimony-Belgrade. There are several villages known from the age of Árpáds in Csallóköz, Komárom County which had fields on both sides of the Danube. Such villages can also be found by the reach of the Danube between Budapest and Mohács, and in the later historical ages as well. From among the towns divided by the Danube, the present study examines the different factors of the development of the town of Komárom in the eighteenth and nineteenth century which lead to the present layout of the settlement divided by the Danube.

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The study examines recently found fragments of the Buda Antiphonal. The codex, containing Office chants representing the Esztergom liturgical tradition, was notated at the end of the 15th century with Messine-Hungarian mixed notation. 21 folios, originating from its beginning and preserved at the National Széchényi Library (Budapest), were identified by László Dobszay in 1978. Fragments of the same antiphonal surfaced recently in two collections from Slovakia: 7 folios, with summer and autumn historiae as well as antiphons for Sundays in ordinary time, in the archives of the Saint Adalbert Association (Trnava) and a single truncated folio, with responsories for Christmas Matins, in the music collection of the Slovak National Museum.

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