Cornides, Daniel Von

Cornides, Daniel Von a Hungarian historian, was born in 1732 at Szent-Miklos, in the Liptau province. He studied philosophy and theology at Erlangen, andi was appointed teacher at the Reformed College in Klausenburg. He accompanied count Teleki on his travels through Italy, Germany, and France, and the count's son to Gottingen. In 1784 he was appointed librarian at the Pesth University, and died October 4, 1787, leaving, Regum Hungariae, qui Saeculo XI. Regnavere, Genealogia (Presburg, 1778): — Bibliotheca Hungarica (Pesth, 1791): — Commentatio de Religione Veterum Hungarorum (Vienna, 1791). (B.P.)

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