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Effigy of Garai Miklós, 1380-85
Palatine Nicholas Garai
in the armour of a Hungarian Knight

Red marble, 230 x 127 x 19 cm
Janus Pannonius Museum, Pécs

The damaged tombstone was discovered in 1987 during the excavation in the choir of the Franciscan church at Siklós. On the basis of the coat-of-arms representing two snakes it was identified as the tombstone of Palatine Miklós Garai.
Source: Fine Arts in Hungary
A detail of the Effigy of Palatine Garai Miklós, 1380-85

See also:
Chronica de Gestis Hungarorum of Mark Kálti or Képes Krónika, Hungary, c.1360
Images of 14th & 15th Century Hungarians & Cumans in the Legend of Saint Ladislaus
Other Illustrations of Hungarian Costume & Soldiers

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