Review of documented digitizers
26. February, 2020

Inscribed cabinet strips from Alsószölnök

Cabinet strips for four shelves. Arranged in a specific order, with texts praising the housewife. Cabinet strips and other home textiles began to spread with the appearance of the “clean room” from the 1930s. The inscriptions: 5. “The cabinet is a mirror that shows” 6. “What is the diligence of the housewife” 7. “Work and…
20. February, 2020

Iron age clay altar from Vát

The altar stands on three stocky, rectangular legs and is fitted with outward-facing zoomorphic heads at both ends. Most of its surface was hardened by fire, but the heads were barely exposed to the fire, leaving them in extremely damaged condition. There is a zig-zag line that runs along the back, and the front has…
31. March, 2020

Iron chest from Csákánydoroszló

The chest is made of wrought iron with a flap locking mechanism inside the lid. According to József Csaba, the donor, it is the product of the village blacksmith. It is believed to have been the guild box of the Weaver's Guild of Csákány. This is indicated by the fact that he kept the Master's…
19. February, 2020

Jug from Bajánsenye

A bulging jug with one handle and narrow lip, unglazed both outside and inside. Scratched ornament: four wavy lines between seven circling lines. Inscription with year. The jugs were made in large quantities by the jug-makers. Only the individual pieces had a year or an inscription. According to its size and the approximately 10 l…
31. March, 2020

Jug from Őriszentpéter

Simple, unglazed, small pottery mug without patterns. Patternless or barely patterned jugs were characteristic of the Őrség. The jug was purchased from Mrs. Lajos Orvá by Edit Szikszay at the “Galambos” street in Őriszentpéter.
15. May, 2020

Jug, decorated with furrowed incision

This one-handled jug with an upright, straight mouth and handle is nicely decorated along the surface with furrowed incisions. In the middle of the jug, there is a wide band of zigzag incisions with a bundle of straight lines on both sides. Under the mouth are strings of triangular or partially rhombic motifs. Both sides…
10. February, 2020


Marika Kardinar-Nagy (Dobrovnik, 1953), nine-pin bowler and the most successful Slovene sportswoman of all time. Over the course of a 30-year sporting career, she won 40 medals at major competitions including 15 medals at world championships (8 golds), 15 medals at club world championships (8 golds), 5 medals at World Cup competitions for national champions…
10. February, 2020

Križevci Goričko

The picture shows the village of Križevci in the Prekmurje Region. The picture shows a person, a car, a village chapel, houses and courtyards.
19. February, 2020

Lamb-shaped baking device from Ják

The lamb-shaped baking device made of fire-proof clay consists of two parts. It is green outside, brown glazed ceramic inside. The lower part stands on three small feet. At Easter they baked lamb-shaped cakes in it.
21. February, 2020

Loaf baking mold from Kétvölgy

It is made of clay, is glazed both inside and outside in brownish-green glaze, with ribbed pattern. It stands on four legs. Handle on one side and small ear on the other. It was used for baking made cakes with poppy seeds, walnuts and pumpkin seeds.
10. February, 2020

Lócs village seal from around 1900

Stamp of the village of Lócs. Its handle is wooden, turned, painted black. The oval-shaped brass plate and the rubber printing surface glued to it were fixed to the handle. The stamp bears the following three lines: SOPRON COUNTY / LÓCS COMMUNITY / CSEPREG DISTRICT.
19. February, 2020

Long flute from Ostffyasszonyfa

A five-hole long flute. The lower end is an octagonal block. The body of the instrument is artistically decorated. First the mould was carved, then this was filled in it with red, green, black, brown, and blue wax. Ornamental elements: men in long cloak, man and woman, sheep, bird, stylized flowers and geometric patterns. It…
11. February, 2020

Maria Ludovica Stanislawa Przezdziecka

The portrait depicts Countess Maria Luiza/Ludovika (1874-1949). In 1898 she married Count Pál Szapáry, who was governor of Rijeka between 1905 and 1906. From the end of the 17th century the Hungarian noble family Szapáry owned the castle in Murska Sobota. Marija Ludovica Stanislawa Przezdziecka Countess, a young woman in a pink dress with a…
18. August, 2020

Mary, the Merciful Mother of Turnišče – Mary of Egypt

The etching shows a richly clothed statue of the Merciful Mother of Turnišče with baby Jesus. On a twisted stripe is writings in Latin, translated as: Blessed Virgin Mary is worshipped in Turnišče near the River Mura in the Zagreb Diocese in the county of the Counts of Csáky. In the lower part behind the…
21. April, 2020

Master’s mark

Master mark or guild sign of the millers. On both sides there is an inscription: “Slavno društvo mlinarsko 1877-1927”. The glass cabinet has a mill-wheel, which is a master’s mark of millers. In 1777, Empress Maria Theresa laid down the duties and privileges of the guilds in Prekmurje. In the same year, an association of…
20. April, 2020

Mill on the Kebele Stream

The photo was taken in Kobilje and shows a mill near the stream. In the foreground there is Franjo Štingl, and the inhabitants of the village are on the other side, beside the mill.
10. February, 2020

Mug from the Alsószölnök

Pear-shaped tea mug with floral patterns and one handle. Such mugs were usually lent for house weddings. They served brandy tea in it the next morning.
10. February, 2020


The Holy Trinity Chapel in Lendavske Gorice was built in 1728. It is famous for containing the mummified corpse of Mihály Hadik, who died in 1733. His body was placed in the airy crypt of the chapel, which stands on high ground, and did not decompose. The body naturally mummified in this limestone-rich environment. The…
30. April, 2020

Municipal certificate from Ják

The stamp of Ják community, dated May 20, 1884, certifies that Mrs. Sándor Németh, born Julianna Németh, has been suffering from childbirth illness since May 1 of the current year and is therefore unable to meet the summons issued by the Royal Court.
10. February, 2020


Franc (Feri) Novak (Murska Sobota, 1906 – Sračinec, 1959), architect and planner. After studying at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, he studied planning in Paris and at the College of Technology in Vienna (today’s Vienna University of Technology). From 1934 to 1938 and from 1945 to 1950 he served as municipal and district…