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On the shift of the location of universities visited by Transylvanian students, see Murdock, Calvinism, 50; Gábor Almási, “Touring Europe: Comparing East-Central European Academic Peregrination of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century,” in A Divided Hungary in Europe: Exchanges, Networks and Representations, 1541–1699, vol. 2, Study Tours and Intellectual-Religious Relationships, ed. Gábor Almási (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2014), 17–34. indb 24 MAP 1 france the Leiden switzerland Venice Thorn Danzig Vienna Eszék Buda Érsekújvár hungary Cracow Tărgovişte wa l a c h i a Gyulafehérvár Nagyvárad Kolozsvár t r a n s y lva n i a m o l d av i a Kamieniec Podolski poland -lithuania Warsaw ottoman empire Pozsony Holešov Prague Breslau Frankfurt an der Oder Dresden Leipzig Berlin Copenhagen Frankfurt am Main Marburg Hamburg denmark sweden holy roman empire Basle Amsterdam netherlands Paris Cambridge Franeker Europe in the mid-seventeenth century London england Edinburgh scotland 24 Chapter 1 11/17/2015 3:57:44 PM The Beginnings of an Ecclesiastical Career 25 make detours.

2, Study Tours and Intellectual-Religious Relationships, ed. Gábor Almási (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2014), 17–34. indb 24 MAP 1 france the Leiden switzerland Venice Thorn Danzig Vienna Eszék Buda Érsekújvár hungary Cracow Tărgovişte wa l a c h i a Gyulafehérvár Nagyvárad Kolozsvár t r a n s y lva n i a m o l d av i a Kamieniec Podolski poland -lithuania Warsaw ottoman empire Pozsony Holešov Prague Breslau Frankfurt an der Oder Dresden Leipzig Berlin Copenhagen Frankfurt am Main Marburg Hamburg denmark sweden holy roman empire Basle Amsterdam netherlands Paris Cambridge Franeker Europe in the mid-seventeenth century London england Edinburgh scotland 24 Chapter 1 11/17/2015 3:57:44 PM The Beginnings of an Ecclesiastical Career 25 make detours.

Indb 25 11/17/2015 3:57:44 PM 26 Chapter 1 have been surprising if Harsányi had chosen another itinerary – in any case he did not matriculate at the Frankfurt university. 52 After students left Danzig they only had to survive the boat trip around Denmark to reach the Netherlands. The sea generally entailed great discomfort for Hungarian students. Those travelogues that mention crossing the sea at all usually devote some passages to the shock of a storm. This is all the more striking since they rarely complain about the hardship of a continental land journey.

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