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Mór Wosinsky Museum Megyeháza Exhibition Place - Szekszárd
A taste of the old council house exhibition - Library hall
Address: 7100, Szekszárd Béla király tér 1.
Phone number: (74) 419-667
Opening hours: The museum is closed.
calvinist, history of religion, literature, permanent exhibition, religions, story
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Museum tickets, service costs:
Ticket for adults
500 HUF
Ticket for students
300 HUF
Ticket for pensioners
300 HUF
Tamás Esze is a descendant of the famous XVIIIth century rebell (kuruc) of the same name from the village of Tarpa in NE-Hungary.
A taste of the exhibition
He was born in Szekszárd, finished teh Academy of the Reformed Church in Budapest. Following this he conferred the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Debrecen.

He was irdaubed at Pápa in 1930, and served in different parts of the country. Betwen 1951 and 1981 he was acting as Principal of the scientific collection of the Hungarian Reformed Church. He was also a lecturer at the Academy and for many years editor of the pediodical "Ecclesiastical History".

His main interests were the history of the Reformed Churches in the XVIth and XVIIth centuries, the history of church, society, literature and coins of the Rákóczi era. He edited a booklet about the life of his ancestor, Tamás Esze in 1966.

His publications apperared in periodicals and ecclesiastical papers. Some of them are the following:
Printed "Safe-Conducts" of the Rákóczi revolution (1967)
The Dance of Rákóczi. Ethnography (1977)
"After autumn dew" (1950)
"Prayer of castle-people of Simontornya under thr Kuruc in 1709-1710." (1952)

About his editings: "Kuruc poetry" (195)
"Poetry in Hungary from Bocskay to Rákóczi" (1953)

He bestowed the most valueable documents and spiritual relics of his life to the city in 1988. Tamás Esze is a honorary freeman of Szekszárd.