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A Hedwig Beaker and Other Medieval Objects at the Corning Museum of Glass
Headwig Beaker, 12th century. Collection of The Corning Museum of Glass (67.1.11)  During my recent visit to the Corning Museum of Glass (at Corning, New York), I was happy to see the Museum's Hedwig beaker , which is a great example of this mysterious obje...
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Exhibition of Medieval Stove Tiles at the Budapest History Museum
Tile from the knight-figure stove. Buda, 1450s. © Budapest History Museum  A major exhibition on medieval stove tiles from Hungary is on view at the Budapest History Museum in Buda Castle. The exhibition is titled Heartwarming Middle Ages - Stoves and Stove...
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Medieval News Update
Medieval News Update
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Medieval News Update
I haven't had time lately to post on the Medieval Hungary blog - but there are several interesting news which needs some coverage here. So, here is a quick update on the world of medieval art from late 2017 - early 2018. The statue on view at Matthias Churc...
Medieval News Update
Medieval News Update
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Medieval Fresco Cycle of St. Ladislas Uncovered in Transylvania
Figure of the Cuman chased by St. Ladislas, detail from the fresco cycle at Somogyom News of a spectacular discovery in Transylvania was reported by Hungarian media yesterday: a previously unknown cycle depicting the legend of St. Ladislas was partially unc...
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Online Catalogue of the Christian Museum of Esztergom
Reliquary bust from Cologne . Around 1350 The Christian Museum of Esztergom is the largest ecclesiastical collection in Hungary and is one of the oldest public collections in the nation. It was established in 1875 by Archbishop and Prince Primate János Simo...
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