Buda Chronicle – This is the first book printed in Hungary. Today there are seven known copies of it. It is the Chronica Hungarorum, also referred to under the name of Chronicon Budense. Printing the chronicle began in András (Andrew) Hess’s printing works in Buda in 1472, and was completed on 5 June 1473. Its author presents the history of the Hungarians in Latin, from the times of the Huns to 1472. Its editor made use of the chronicles of Márk Kálti and János (John) Minorite from the Angevin period; also of the biography of King Lajos I (Louis the Great) by János Küküllei. – B: 1150, 1078, 0942, T: 7659.→Hess, András; Lajos I, King; Kálti, Márk; Kálti, Márk’s Illuminated Chronicle; Dubnic Chonicle.