Tag: King Matthias Corvinus


Martin Bylica at the Court of Matthias Corvinus: Astrology and Politics in Renaissance Hungary

Late in the spring 1468, Matthias Corvinus convened the Hungarian diet in the city of Pozsony. Holding the diet in Pozsony enabled him to impress the Hungarian nobles with the local intellectual community that had begun to form at his fledgling Academia Istropolitana, which he had founded the previous year.