Károly Goda: „Ecce panis angelorum”. Medieval Corpus Christi Festivities and Processions in Vienna and Buda in a Central European Perspective 183
Péter Tusor: The Primate, the Ban and the Court of Vienna (1663–1664) 219
Orsolya Völgyesi: The Generation of László Szalay in the Lure of Kölcsey 251Tsz 2015 2 borito
Viktória Kovács: The Background to the Landowning of the Premonstratensians of Lelesz at Szalóka 265
János Buza: The Draw Bench Thrown into the Danube. On Minting in Hungary before 1526 281
György Kurucz: Interests of Allied Powers, Protestant Sympathies, Military Realities: Prince Rákóczi’s Freedom Fight and the English Diplomatic Mediation 299
Bálint Varga: The Barbarian Past and the Glory of the Nation 319
Miroslav Michela: „A Home Should Be a Home to All Its Sons”. Cultural Representations of the Cult of Saint Stephen in Slovakia during the Interwar Period 333