Jozef Ignác Bajza
Jozef Ignác Bajza (Hungarian: Bajza József Ignác; 5 March 1755 – 1 December 1836) was an ethnically Slovak writer, satirist and Catholic priest in the Kingdom of Hungary.He is best known for his n...
Mihály Bakos
Mihály Bakos, also known in Slovene as Miháo Bakoš or Mihael Bakoš, (ca. 1742–9 April 1803) was a Hungarian Slovene Lutheran priest, author, and educator.He was born in a Slovene-speaking family in th...
Ferenc Berke
Ferenc Xaver Berke de Nagy-Barkócz (Slovene: Franc Berke Prekmurian: Ferenc Xaver Berke) (a. 1764 – February 10, 1841) was a Hungarian Slovene Lutheran pastor and writer.Born in Sembiborci (Sebeb...
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József Fabchich
József Fabchich (March 13, 1753 – December 23, 1809) was a Hungarian writer and translator, known mainly for his translations of Ancient Greek poetry (namely Sappho, Alcman, Alcaeus, Anacreon, Stesich...
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Pál Bajai
Pál Bajai, O.F.M., was a Hungarian Franciscan friar of the Observant reform and spiritual writer during the 18th century. His only surviving work is De gratiis atque beneficiis beatissimae V. Mariae R...
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István Ballér
István Ballér or Balliér (Slovene: Števan Baler August 28, 1760 – April 2, 1835) was ethnic Slovene Lutheran priest, dean of Zala and Somogy and writer. He lived and worked in the Kingdom of Hung...
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János Batsányi
János Batsányi (May 9, 1763, Tapolca – May 12, 1845, Linz) was a Hungarian poet.In 1785, he published his first work, a patriotic poem, "The Valour of the Magyars". In the same year he obtained a job ...
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Juraj Fándly
Juraj Fándly (21 October 1750 – 7 March 1811) was a Slovak writer, Catholic priest and entomologist (bee-keeper) in the Kingdom of Hungary.
He was born in Častá (Cseszte), Kingdom of Hungary...