Ttsz 2016 4HE COMMON GOOD IN THE DISCOURSES OF THE LATE ANCIEN RÉGIME IN HUNGARY
István M. Szijártó: The Concept of Common Good in Early Modern Political Discourse 499
Henrik Hőnich: “Public Happiness” and “Common Good”. On the Terminology of The True Patriot by Zsigmond Osvald 505
Zsolt Kökényesi: The Training of Useful Citizens. The Relations between Common Good and Education in the 18th-Century Habsburg Monarchy 519
Márton Szilágyi: The Common Good in György Bessenyei’s Novel Tariménes útazása (The Journey of Tarimenes) (1804) 533
György Miru: Moral Values and Divisible Goods in the Political Thinking of the “Reform Era” 541

STUDIES
Patrice M. Dabrowski: “Discovering” the Carpathians. Encounters between Lowlanders and Highlanders in the 19th Century 555
Rubén González Cuerva: “The prodigious Transylvanian prince”. The “long war” against the Ottoman Empire (1593–1606) in the Mirror of the relaciones de sucesos 565

WORKSHOP
Petra Mátyás-Rausch: The Mining Region of Szatmár in the First Years of Gábor Bethlen’s Rule (1613–1619) 585
Dávid Turbucz: “Francis Joseph Sent a Message”. Imperial Birth- and Namedays during World War I 603
Adrienn Kapitány: Traffi c-Related Proposals in the Commercial Elaborations of the National Committee of 1828–1830 615

DOCUMENTS
Balázs Kertész: The Prologue of the 1499 and 1518 Constitutions of the Observant Franciscans in Hungary 643

 

T szle 2017 3 B1STUDIES
Ádám Bollók–János B. Szabó: How Did the Hypothesis on the Khazar Origin of the Information Preserved in Chapter 38 of De administrando imperio Disappear from Hungarian Historiography. A Historiographical Case Study 347
Andor László: Why István Illésházy Joined István Bocskai (1605) 379
Árpád Tóth: ’Aping’ or adaptation? The Pest voluntary societies of early 19th century as followers of Western patterns 399


DEBATE
Tamás Pálosfalvi: How Long Did the Siege of Belgrade Last in 1440?
Refl ections on an „extremely obscure” event 417


WORKSHOP
László Bernát Veszprémy: An Old-fashioned Jesuit anti-Judaist. Béla Bangha SJ in the Labyrinth of the Jewish Question 439
Gusztáv Kecskés D.: Relations between the Offi ce of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the Kádár Administration during the Hungarian Refugee Crisis of 1956 463

DOCUMENTS
Tibor Martí: Unpublished Charters from the legacy of Beatrice of Naples 491

borito1 kicsiSTUDIES
Levente Nagy: Martyr or Adventurer? Sava Branković and the Romanian Reformation in Transylvania during the Principality of Mihály Apafi I 525
Antal András Kováts: Swiss in the Flow of Hungarian History, 1867–1990 543
Attila Simon: The Three Occupations of Kassa. Parallels and Morals 569
Péter Apor: The Misery of Alternative Democracy. Ideology, Political Language and the Possibilities of Opposition in Hungary, 1968–1973 591

WORKSHOP
Balázs Sudár: On the Cultural Historical Background of the Hungarian Word Turul 605
Dániel Bácsatyai: King Andrew II’s Envoys in England 621
Péter E. Kovács: Hungarian Banners in Venetian Hands 633
István Kádas: Cum sigillo nostro. Seal Usage in Late Medieval Sáros County 637
Elek Szaszkó: The Registry of the Revenues and Expenses of the Sződi Manor from 1517/1518 (Contributions to the possessions of the Gersei Pető family in the southern region of the Great Hungarian Plain) 655
Barna Ábrahám: „With other nations like Saxons…” Interactions between Orthodoxy and Lutheranism in Transylvania in post-1867 Hungary 683

REVIEW ARTICLE 691

COMMEMORATION 699

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