Ján Steinhübel (born 21 May 1957) is a Slovak historian who specializes in Great Moravia and in the origins of Kingdom of Hungary.[1] He is best known for his work Nitrianske kniežatsvo ("Principality of Nitra") which summarizes his numerous studies and articles about the topic.

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Ján Steinhübel

CSc.
Born1957
NationalitySlovak
Scientific career
FieldsHistory
InstitutionsInstitute of History of SAS

Selected worksEdit

  • 1995 Veľkomoravské územie v severovýchodnom Zadunajsku [Great Moravian territory in northeastern Transdanubia]
  • 2003 Krátke dejiny Slovenska [Short history of Slovakia] (co-author)
  • 2004 Nitrianske kniežatstvo [Principality of Nitra]
  • 2011 Kapitoly z najstarších českých dejín 531 - 1004 [Chapters of the oldest Czech history 531 - 1004]

AwardsEdit

  • Prize of chairman of Nitra Self-governing Region for the exceptional historical work Principality of Nitra[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "C.V. - Ján Steinhübel, CSc" (PDF). Slovak Academy of Sciences (in Slovak). Retrieved 11 December 2015.