Illustration of Hungarian Soldiers in a

Mural of Dorus expelled, Levoča, Slovakia, c.1380-1400

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Source: Kármen Anita Baráth, The Belt in Late-Medieval Hungary; a Comparison of Archaeological and Pictorial Evidences Central European University, Budapest, 2013
133 Figure: Levoca (Slovakia), Saint Jacob parish church. Detail of the mural painting, 1380-1400. Scene of the emperor expelling Dorus on the northern wall of the northern aisle. (Prokopp, Középkori faIképk a Szeqességben, 80.)
[Also reproduced as figure 146.]

From the same church: Statue of Sv. Juraj / St. George & the Dragon, Levoča, Slovakia, c.1515
See also:
Effigy of Garai Miklós, in the armour of a Hungarian Knight, 1380-85
Frescos in Kocel'ovce (Gecelfalva) Church, Slovakia, 1380-1390
Illustrations of Hungarian Costume and Soldiers