By Richard Clogg
This booklet offers a concise, illustrated creation to the historical past of contemporary Greece, from the 1st stirrings of the nationwide stream within the past due eighteenth century to the current day. it truly is designed to supply a simple creation for basic and educational readers with very little past wisdom of the topic, and supersedes Professor Clogg's brief background of recent Greece which has turn into a vintage seeing that its preliminary book in 1979. This most recent account is a unconditionally new booklet, conceived afresh for a large readership, during which the numerous illustrations with their large captions shape a huge a part of the textual content.
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V/1, p. 59. 30 MZsO, i, pp. 148, 155–156, 212–214, 236, 321; MZsO, iv, p. 86. 31 András Végh, “The Remains of the First Jewish Quarter of Buda in the Light of Recent Excavations,” in Régészeti ásatások Magyarországon 2005 [Archaeological Excavations in Hungary 2005], ed. Júlia Kisfaludi (Budapest: Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum, 2006), pp. 125–148. 32 Táncsics Street was until 1948 Werbőczy Street. It is one of the few streets left in Budapest to retain its Communist designation. ”35 Buda’s Jews were in their internal affairs subject to the authority of their own courts and, from the 1470s, to a prefect drawn from the Mendel family, who also had responsibility throughout the realm for collection of the Jewish tax.
No traditional exhibition catalogue was published, but most of the 31st volume of Tanulmányok Budapest Múltjából (pp. 7–268) is devoted to this exhibition. Mary of Hungary. The curator of the exhibition was Orsolya Réthelyi, while Zuzana Ludiková contributed to the staging of the exhibition at Bratislava. Matthias Corvinus the King. The curators of the exhibition were Péter Farbaky, Enikő Spekner and András Végh. Gothic Sculptures from the Royal Palace of Buda. Exhibition Catalog, eds András Végh, Károly Magyar and Ernő Marosi (Budapest: Budapest History Museum, 1992).
129–152. 25 Kubinyi, Budapest, p. 100. See also Katalin Prajda, “The Florentine Scolari Family at the Court of Sigismund of Luxemburg in Buda,” Journal of Early Modern History 14 (2010), pp. 513–533. 26 Kubinyi, Budapest, p. 192. See further the chapter below by Valery Rees. 27 A Jewish community developed in Buda during the later thirteenth century. 29 Since this activity often brought them into conflict with the borrowers, they were dependent upon the ruler for support in their business affairs.