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Hungarians & Cumans in the Legend of St Ladislaus

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Images of 14th & 15th Century Hungarians & Cumans in the Legend of Saint Ladislaus

The Saint Ladislaus legend in the Fresco of the Velka Lomnica (Kakaslomnic) church, Slovakia, around 1317.

The Saint Ladislaus legend in the Fresco of the Catholic church of Gelence (Ghelinïa), Románia, early 14th century

The Saint Ladislaus legend in the Anjou Legendarium, Vatican Library, c.1330

The Saint Ladislaus legend in the Fresco of the Türje church, western Hungary, middle of the 14th century

The Saint Ladislaus legend in the Church of Maksa, Romania, middle of the 14th century

The Saint Ladislaus legend in the Church of Székelydálya (Daia), Transylvania, 14th century

The Saint Ladislaus legend in the Képes Krónika, 1360

The Saint Ladislaus legend in the Unitarian Church of Sepsikilyén (Chilieni), Transylvania, second half of the 14th century

The Saint Ladislaus legend in the Unitarian Church of Homoródkarácsonyfalva / Craeciunel / Krötschendorf, Romania, c.14th century

The Saint Ladislaus legend in Andreaskirche, Liptovský Ondrej, Slovakia, 1370-1380

The Saint Ladislaus legend in the Church of Rimavska Bana (Rimabánya), Slovakia, after 1375

The Saint Ladislaus legend in the Church of Bántornya (Turnišče), Slovenia, 1383

The Saint Ladislaus legend in All Saints' Roman Catholic Church of Bijacovce (Szepesmindszent), Slovakia, the 2nd half of the 14th or 1st quarter of the 15th century

The Saint Ladislaus legend in the Fresco of the Tereske church, northern Hungary, turn of the 14th-15th centuries

Mural in the Székelyderzs (Dârjiu) Unitarian Church, Romania.  Painted in 1419 by Ungi István fia, Pál mester (Stephen Ung, son of Master Paul).

The Saint Ladislaus legend in the Fresco of the Bibarcfalva (Biborteni) church, Romania, early 15th century

The Saint Ladislaus legend in the Register of Hungarian Students in Vienna, 1453

The Saint Ladislaus legend in the Póniky (Pónik) Roman Catholic Church, Slovakia, c.1478.

The Saint Ladislaus legend in the Chronicle of Johannes de Thurocz (Thuróczy János), 1488

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