The tomb effigy of Imricha Zapolyai, c.1487, Spišská, Slovakia
(Szapolyai Imre)

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A larger image of the tomb effigy of Imricha Zapolyai, c.1487, Spišská, Slovakiay.

Szapolyai's tomb stone, 1487
Schallaburg 82, Matthias Corvinus und die Renessaince in Ungarn.
1982, colour picture 18
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from 'Matthias Corvinus and the Renaissance in Hungary' by Schallaburg, 1982.
Source: National Hungarian Archive

See also:
A Hungarian Man-at-arms, 1487, by Ian Heath, based on the tomb effigy of Imricha Zapolyai.
The Gradual of King Matthias Corvinus of Hungary, National Széchényi Library, Budapest, Hungary. Cod. Lat. 424, 1480-1488AD
The Hungarian Saint Ladislaus legend in the Chronica Hungarorum of Thuróczy János, 1488
Leopold I in the fight against the Hungarians. The Babenberg family tree at Stift Klosterneuburg, 1489
Other Illustrations of Hungarian Costume & Soldiers