Tamás Pálosfalvi Special Editor of the Thematic Issue
Table of Contents
Kings and Oligarchs in Hungary at the Turn of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries
With a Little Help from the Cousins – Charles I and the Habsburg Dukes of Austria during the Interregnum
The Congress of Visegrád in 1335: Diplomacy and Representation
Mining Town Privileges in Angevin Hungary
Efforts at the Canonization of Margaret of Hungary in the Angevin Period
The Journey of Charles I, King of Hungary, from Visegrád to Naples (1333): Its Political Implications and Artistic Consequences
The Bishop and his Chapel: The Hédervári Chapel in Győr and the Episcopal Chapels of Central Europe around 1400
A kalocsai érseki tartomány kialakulása [The Formation of the Archiepiscopal Province of Kalocsa].
By László Koszta. Reviewed by Dániel Bagi
Vásárok és lerakatok a középkori Magyar Királyságban [Markets and Staples in the Medieval Kingdom of Hungary].
By Boglárka Weisz. Reviewed by Judit Benda
A Szapolyai család Oklevéltára I. Levelek és oklevelek (1458–1526) [The Archives of the Szapolyai Family I. Letters and Diplomas (1458–1526)].
By Tibor Neumann. Reviewed by Tamás Fedeles
The Parish and Pilgrimage Church of St Elizabeth in Košice. Town, Court, and Architecture in Late Medieval Hungary.
By Tim Juckes. Reviewed by Zsombor Jékely
Notes on Contributors