|Title page and colophon of Czeglédi István's Ezechiel felesége; Kassa (Koice): D. Türsch, 1666.
Czeglédi (1620-1671) was a Calvinist clergyman. He had studied in Debrecen and Sárospatak as well as in Utrecht and Leuven. He returned to Hungary in 1647
and functioned as a clergyman in several cities, including Kassa. He was implicated in the Wesselényi conspiracy against the Hapsburgs. His assets were confiscated, he was
tortured and was summoned to Pozsony (Bratislava). He died en route.
Nizhni Novgorod .
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