Bod Codex – This valuable literary record contains treatises entitled On Man’s Three Principal Enemies (Embernek három fő ellenségéről) and About Death (A halálról). Ferenc (Francis) Toldy separated these from the Cornidus Codex, in which they were originally found and he dedicated the collection to the memory of Péter Bod. Both reflections were written by Lea Ráskai, a Dominican nun living on the Island of Hares, now Margaret Island (Margit Sziget) in the Danube within Budapest) at the beginning of the 16th century. They are now preserved in the Budapest University Library. – B: 1150, T: 7659.→Bod, Péter; Codex Literature; Toldy, Ferenc; Ráskai, Lea.