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    • Document type
      Review (monograph)
      Journal
      Hungarian Historical Review
      Pages
      204-211
      Author (Review)
      • Gulyás, László Szabolcs
      Language (Review)
      English
      Language (Monograph)
      English
      Editor (Monograph)
      • Buzás, Gergely
      • Laszlovszky, József
      • Meszáros, Orsolya
      Title
      Medieval Visegrád: Archaeology, Art History and History of a Medieval Royal Centre
      Subtitle
      2: The Medieval Royal Town at Visegrád: Royal Centre, Urban Settlement, Churches
      Year of publication
      2014
      Place of publication
      Budapest
      Publisher
      Archaeolingua
      Series
      Archaeolingua
      Series (vol.)
      32
      Number of pages
      272
      ISBN
      978-963-9911-58-1
      Subject classification
      Auxiliary sciences of history, Local History
      Time classification
      Middle Ages
      Regional classification
      Hungary
      Subject headings
      Visegrád
      Residenz
      Kirchenbau
      Geschichte 1000-1600
      Original source URL
      http://www.hunghist.org/images/volumes/Volume_6_Issue_1/BookReviews.pdf
      recensio-Date
      Nov 24, 2017
      recensio-ID
      831111b2072e47808e140895a38afd4e
      DOI
      10.15463/rec.456826916
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Gergely Buzás / József Laszlovszky / Orsolya Meszáros (eds.): Medieval Visegrád: Archaeology, Art History and History of a Medieval Royal Centre. 2: The Medieval Royal Town at Visegrád: Royal Centre, Urban Settlement, Churches (reviewed by László Szabolcs Gulyás)