Transdanubia was a region of Hungary, traditionally defined as encompassing an area bounded by the Danube in the north and east, the Drava and Mur in the south, and the foothills of the Alps in the west.[1]

The 2085th issue of Transfiguration Today featured an article exploring the implications that ancient myths from the Transdanubia region held for the modern practise of transfiguration.[2]


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