Centuries - Personalities - Signatures
Louis I, in agreement with his mother, Elizabeth the queen consort, the barons and prelates, conferred the domain of Copy in Sáros county, the site of a castle in Mogloch–which had been bartered for the Olaszi domain in Zemplén county between King Charles and Fuldruh’s son Balázs–upon knight Péter Poháros (Paharus), the Ispán of Abaúj county and former guardian of Louis. The king’s validating clause can be found in the lower left corner of the decree, dated 5 July 1364.
Mehmed, son of Sultan Ibrahim Khan, forever victorious.
The command of the ascended and honorable sign of the sultan, the world-owning tughra of the Khan, after asking for God’s help:
Because the noble sultans’ practice was to care about the sipahis and protect the victorious army, the tanner-land of 4000 akces, after its owner, Ali had died, then I gave up.
This online exhibition is curated by László Sándor Németh with help of Gergő Paukovics and Ábel Takács.
The content of the exhibition is based on the temporary exhibition "Their Traces: Centuries-Personalities-Signatures", held at the National Archives of Hungary, Budapest from 15 March 2016 to 15 March 2018.
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NYOMOT HAGYTAK | THEIR TRACES