Teleki

Teleki is the name of a Hungarian noble family. It means "from Maros-Telek (and Szék)" or "allotments."

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Sámuel Teleki (Chancellor) - Biography
... Count Sámuel Teleki de Szék was born in the village of Gernyeszeg, Maros County on 17 November 1739 ... From 1791 until his death, Sámuel Teleki was Chancellor of Transylvania ... Teleki's moving to Vienna brought him closer to the European book-trade and diversified his sources of supply ...
Teleki - Other
... Teleki(-Bolyai) Library (est. 1802) (Latin Bibliotheca Telekiana) Teleki Blanka Gymnasium (est ...
Sámuel Teleki (Chancellor)
... Count Sámuel Teleki de Szék (17 November 1739, Gornești - 7 August 1822, Vienna), Chancellor of Transylvania, famous book collector, founder of the Teleki Library in Târgu Mure ... He was the great-grandfather of the explorer Sámuel Teleki ...
Gyömrő - The Valuable Assets of The City
... Teleki Castle Gyömrő became part of Count Teleki's estate at the and of 18th century ... In 1774 Count József Teleki had a castle built, which burnt down in 1835 ... The famous Teleki library was saved and taken to Pest ...
Charles I Of Austria's Attempts To Retake The Throne Of Hungary - Easter Crisis
... Charles agreed to summon Prime Minister Count Pál Teleki (who was staying nearby) for negotiations ... Teleki, roused from his sleep at 200 am, muttered "too soon, too soon" before Charles and urged him to return, averring that otherwise civil war would break out and the ... Eventually it was agreed that Charles must meet Horthy Teleki left by car for Budapest at 630 am, with Charles following an hour later ...