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[3.] MMA MÉM MDK, Diary of Ernő Foerk, 71.
[4.] In the late 17thcentury, Jakob Tollius copied certain inscriptions in the mosque of Érsekújvár (today Nové Zámky, Slovakia), and in the 19 th century, Josef Hammer-Purgstall copied, translated and published some inscriptions from the Suleiman Djami at Szigetvár, both of which remain in situ. Ottoman architectural remains, such as the Hamam of Valide Sultana in Eger and the Djami of Malkoç Bey in Siklós aroused the interest of Flóris Rómer. See: G erő , G y . The