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    Political geography and ethnicity of Transylvania in the 11th – 18th centuries

    Political geography and ethnicity of Transylvania in the 11th – 18th centuries (including of the era of the political Principality of Transylvania) (the speech given by doc. Évy Gyulai, Miskolcs University, Hungary).

    Date: November 10, 2021. Time: 1 – 2 p.m

    Brief description: a guest lecture for history students. The content of the lecture is an approach to the political development and ethnic composition of Transylvania in the Middle Ages and early modern times.

    An event organized by the Department of History, Faculty of Arts, MBU