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Kézai, Simon, active 13th century

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Personal name headingKézai, Simon, active 13th century
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Variant(s)De Keza, Simon, active 13th century
Keza, Simon de, active 13th century
Kézai, Simon, 13th cent.
Beginning date12
Found inAnonymus Belae Regis notarius, Simon de Keza, et Joannes de Turotz De Hungarorum natali ... 1820: t.p. (Simon de Keza)
LC manual cat. (hdg: Kézai, Simon, 13th cent.)
Wikipedia, May 21, 2010 (Simon of Kéza (in Hungarian Kézai Simon) was the most famous Hungarian chronicler in the 13th century. He was a priest in the royal court of king Ladislaus IV of Hungary. His most important work is Gesta Hunnorum et Hungarorum, written in Latin around 1282. The chronicle was first published in printing in 1782, in Buda)