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György E. Szönyi (Leiden, New York & Köln 1996), 190-208. 36 of Zsámboky - conform to the humanist or late humanist criteria of theoria. 61 (ii) The humanist view of the emblem, which influenced Renaissance theories of genre, can be found in Hungary, but it never played a leading role there. («i) From the mid-seventeenth century, theoretical writing on the subject came under the sway of the Jesuit-inspired functional and normative view of the emblem, designed to direct attention to reception and production.

That proportion more or less accords with what seems to be the overall picture. 8 per cent, were of emblematic material: a somewhat higher figure than the national average, probably because the Nagyszombat (Trnava) College was the principal centre of emblem creation and publication in the whole of Hungary. Library holdings of emblem books The libraries of the Hungarian Jesuit colleges used classification systems that followed the same general principles but were adapted by individual librarians to take account of the special needs and concerns of their community and also to accommodate the holdings of their particular library.

Their impact upon both theory and practice was nugatory. 2 Other characteristic features of Hungarian emblematics include an increase in the number of publications as the Jesuit college system became established; the practical and educational nature of a significant proportion of the printed material, much of it produced for special occasions; the use of bipartite, rather than tripartite emblematic forms; the moral, didactic and pious intent of much of the material; and the dominance of verbal elements.

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