10 Years of the Medieval Hungary blog

Janice K. Johnson

Chronicler from the Illuminated Chronicle, c. 1360 I started this blog 10 years ago, in August 2010. Originally, the idea was to try another platform, in order to provide up-to-date information – information that was hard to provide on my rudimentary website Art in Medieval Hungary. I created the first […]

Two discoveries of medieval painting

Cimabue, Christ Mocked, c. 1280 This post has nothing to do with the art of medieval Hungary, but the information presented below is so fascinating that I decided to create a small post about it. New started circulating this week about the discovery of some spectacular medieval paintings, which had […]

Medieval Hungary: Medieval Manuscripts in Esztergom

From the 11th to the 31st of March, an exhibition offers the medieval manuscripts of the Cathedral Libray of Esztergom. Titled “For They View for Your Souls…” – Codices in the Cathedral Library of Esztergom, the exhibition is on check out in the recently restored exhibition rooms of the Bibliotheca. […]