http://collections.milev.hu/items/browse?collection=83&output=atom <![CDATA[MILEV]]> 2019-11-17T05:40:50+01:00 Omeka http://collections.milev.hu/items/show/34561 <![CDATA[Buda ostromának térképe ]]> 2019-10-28T13:34:08+01:00

Dublin Core

Title

Buda ostromának térképe

Identifier

2018.33

Date

1602

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

metszet

Elhelyezés

L1_W1_02

High resolution picture

elérhető
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http://collections.milev.hu/items/show/34001 <![CDATA[A szombathelyi gettó térképe ]]> 2019-10-28T13:33:59+01:00

Dublin Core

Title

A szombathelyi gettó térképe

Identifier

71.67

Description

A város térképére berajzolt határokkal

Coverage

Szombathely

Date

1944.

Document Item Type Metadata

Original Format

48 x 33,5 cm

Elhelyezés

D A1
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http://collections.milev.hu/items/show/34000 <![CDATA[Szombathely Eruv térképe ]]> 2019-10-28T13:33:59+01:00

Dublin Core

Title

Szombathely Eruv térképe

Identifier

2018.51

Description

A város térképére berajzolt határokkal. Érvényessége: 1935 január - 1955. január

Coverage

Szombathely

Date

1935

Provenance

Horovitz Adolf ajándéka, 1935. Eredeti leltári száma: 2794

Document Item Type Metadata

Original Format

33,5 x 50 cm

Elhelyezés

D A1
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http://collections.milev.hu/items/show/31546 <![CDATA[A pesti gettó térképe ]]>
When the ghetto was liberated, the bodies of more than 3,000 Jews who had frozen or starved to death, or died as a result of the siege of the brutality of the Arrow Cross, were found in the streets.
Today, the museum’s cemetery garden serves as a memorial to the more than 2,000 people buried there. While there are plaques commemorating Jewish victims, many of the corpses were unidentifiable upon liberation, and, therefore, their identities will remain unknown. The database of those who are buried in the garden is available here.]]>
2019-10-28T13:33:23+01:00

Dublin Core

Title

A pesti gettó térképe

Description

The ghetto was established in November 1944 by a decree of the Royal Hungarian Government, and lasted for less than three months until the liberation of Budapest on January 17, 1945.

When the ghetto was liberated, the bodies of more than 3,000 Jews who had frozen or starved to death, or died as a result of the siege of the brutality of the Arrow Cross, were found in the streets.
Today, the museum’s cemetery garden serves as a memorial to the more than 2,000 people buried there. While there are plaques commemorating Jewish victims, many of the corpses were unidentifiable upon liberation, and, therefore, their identities will remain unknown. The database of those who are buried in the garden is available here.

Document Item Type Metadata

Text

térképlap, a pesti gettó térképe, házak jelölésével

Original Format

A2
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http://collections.milev.hu/items/show/31409 <![CDATA[A Szentföld térképe ]]> 2019-10-28T13:33:17+01:00

Dublin Core

Title

A Szentföld térképe

Identifier

65.1760a

Provenance

ajándék, 1915. Eredeti leltári száma: 726

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

rézmetszet

Physical Dimensions

33 x 22 cm

High resolution picture

available
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http://collections.milev.hu/items/show/29568 <![CDATA[Térképlap]]> 2019-10-28T13:32:33+01:00

Dublin Core

Title

Térképlap

Identifier

71.58

Description

Az amszterdami hagada térképmelléklete

Coverage

Amszterdam

Date

1711

Provenance

Sehr Benőné Schlesinger Irén ajándéka, 1916. Eredeti leltári száma: 825

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

rézmetszet

Physical Dimensions

30 x 51,7 cm

Elhelyezés

L1_W1_10
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