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Anna Bornemisza Wikipedia
Anna Bornemisza (1630-1688), was a Hungarian noble, princess consort of Transylvania as the spouse of Michael I Apafi and mother of Michael II Apafi. Her cookery book from 1680, as well as her preserved household budget book, are regarded as important documents of Hungarian literary history. As Princess of Transylvania, Anna exerted a large and acknowledged influence upon the affairs of state.