Vol. 12 No. 3-4 (2021): MMXXI vol.XII. nos 3-4
Studies

HUNGARIAN-RELATED ENTRIES IN JÁNOS FILICZKI OF FILEFALVA’S ALBUM AMICORUM

Published December 28, 2021
Dávid Molnár
Eötvös Lóránd University, Department of Early Hungarian Literature
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Molnár, D. (2021). HUNGARIAN-RELATED ENTRIES IN JÁNOS FILICZKI OF FILEFALVA’S ALBUM AMICORUM. Gerundium, 12(3-4), 69–81. https://doi.org/10.29116/gerundium/2021/3-4/6

This paper deals with the Hungarian-related entries of János Filiczki's album amicorum, which were inscribed during his European peregrination between 1600 and 1616 by Adam Kunisch, Johann Frölich, Sebastian Ambrosius Jr., István Miskolci Csulyak, Joannes Bocatius, Albert Szenci Molnár, Johannes Blofus, Maximilianus Fabinus, István Debreceni Dormány, János Keserűi Dajka, Gergely Váradi Farkas, Gregor Tribel Jr. and Elias Berger. Examining more closely the entries, new information and details can be gained about the life and studies of some inscribers, especially the young representatives of the local intellectual class: Sebastian Ambrosius Jr., Maximilianus Fabinus and Gregor Tribel Jr..