Further manuscripts from the University Library in Budapest

Budapest University Library has made available a further 20 manuscripts from its holdings, which with 185 codices form the most notable collection of its kind on the territory of contemporary Hungary. Amongst the retrievable documents one can also find 13 items from the so-called Biblioteca Corviniana (Cod. Lat. 1 – 13), the noted extensive library of Matthias Corvinus, the extant volumes from which are today dispersed among numerous institutions throughout Europe and the United States. These are texts by classical authors, one of the manuscripts (Cod. Lat. 4) incorporating Rufus's version of the History of Alexander the Great. The rest of the manuscripts date mainly from the 14th or 15th century and are of Italian provenance.

Manuscripts from Budapest University Library can be viewed via this link.