APA 6th Edition Kosić, I. (2012). BIBLIOTHECA ZRINIANA. Kaj, 45 (222) (4-5 (317-318)), 51-79. Retrieved from https://hrcak.srce.hr/97790
MLA 8th Edition Kosić, Ivan. "BIBLIOTHECA ZRINIANA." Kaj, vol. 45 (222), no. 4-5 (317-318), 2012, pp. 51-79. https://hrcak.srce.hr/97790. Accessed 16 Sep. 2019.
Chicago 17th Edition Kosić, Ivan. "BIBLIOTHECA ZRINIANA." Kaj 45 (222), no. 4-5 (317-318) (2012): 51-79. https://hrcak.srce.hr/97790
Harvard Kosić, I. (2012). 'BIBLIOTHECA ZRINIANA', Kaj, 45 (222)(4-5 (317-318)), pp. 51-79. Available at: https://hrcak.srce.hr/97790 (Accessed 16 September 2019)
Vancouver Kosić I. BIBLIOTHECA ZRINIANA. Kaj [Internet]. 2012 [cited 2019 September 16];45 (222)(4-5 (317-318)):51-79. Available from: https://hrcak.srce.hr/97790
IEEE I. Kosić, "BIBLIOTHECA ZRINIANA", Kaj, vol.45 (222), no. 4-5 (317-318), pp. 51-79, 2012. [Online]. Available: https://hrcak.srce.hr/97790. [Accessed: 16 September 2019]
An exceptionally valuable collection of books and manuscripts, known as the Bibliotheca Zriniana, kept at the National and University Library in Zagreb, was founded by Croatian Banus Nikola Zrinski. The Zrinski family library arrived from Vienna in the Royal University Library at the beginning of 1892, with the assistance from the Croatian government of the time. It was purchased from the Viennese antiques dealer Samuel Kende, who had bought it at an auction from the descendants of the noble Daun family. Hungarian scientist and culture activists, Gábor Hausner, Tibor Klaniczay, Sándor Iván Kovács, István Monok and Géza Orlovszky reconstructed the Zrinski family library and published a representative catalogue titled A Bibliotheca Zriniana története és állománya (Budapest, 1991). Bibliotheca Zriniana saw its 3D reconstruction as part of the 3D Bibliotheca Zriniana project, jointly completed by the National Széchenyi Library, the Segedin University Library, and the National and University Library in Zagreb.