|Images 1 through 5 are from Leonardo Bruni's ""Leonardo Aretanus in vitam et Mortem Attile regis Ungariae." A 15th century ms, 12 pages long. Bruni (1369-1444) was an Italian humanist who is best known for his twelve volume history of Florence, "Historiarium Florentinarum Libri XII." Other works include "Commentarius Rerum Suo Tempore Gestarum"; "De Romae Origine"; "De Bello Italico adversus Gothos"; and ten volumes of letters, "Epistolae Familiares." See more on Leonardo Bruni.|
|The legend Codex Kazinczianus refers to the fact that Franciscus Kazinczy was a wealthy Calvinist who had acquired many of the manuscripts in the Nizhny Novgorod library and donated them to the Sárospatak Reformed College before his death in 1806.|
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The left hand image (No. 5) is page 12 of Bruni's "Attile".