Buday, Árpád(Marosgezse, now Gheja, Romania, 17 January 1879 - Szeged, 7 April 1937) – Achaeologist. His higher studies were at the University of Kolozsvár (now Cluj-Napoca, Romania). From 1900 he worked at the Antiquity Department of the Transylvanian Museum; later he became its Head. He made extensive study trips to Russia, as well as to the Greek islands and Asia Minor, the sites of former classical cultures. In 1910 he led a research expedition to Albania. His main field of research was the Limes Dacicus of the Roman age. He published his works while a professor at the University of Szeged. The main body of his work is a study on Roman Scriptology (Római felirattan) (1914). – B: 0883, 1091, T: 7103.