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Marius Eppel

  • Research fellow, Masaryk Institute and Archives, Czech Academy of Sciences
  • Research Interests: history of Transylvania; church history; political history; religious anthropology; cultural anthropology
  • Role in the project: Data extraction and analyses for the Romanian MPs between 1867–1918, Dissemination activities and scientific publishing

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A short family history

The first documentary evidence of the Eppel family dates back to 1491, when on March 7, János Eppel was mentioned as a member of Cluj City Council, representing the Saxons. He married Gáspár Heltai’s sister, with whom he lived in a house next to the one in which the King of Hungary, Matthias Corvinus, was born, and that was known as “Eppel House” for a long time. This house was later on sold to the noble Teleki family, and then was added to the family property of Gabriel Bethlen, former Prince of Transylvania.


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