Szent István Pécsváradi oklevelének Sorlogys helynevéről és ami körülötte lehetett
The place name Sorlogys in St. Stephen’s Charter of Pécsvárad and its context
The Benedictine Abbey of Pécsvárad was founded by St. Stephen. The authentic foundation charter of the abbey was presumably completed at the beginning of the 11th century, and it was followed by the authentic registering charter at the end of the century. The originals of these charters did not survive separately, only as parts of the fake charter of Pécsvárad. The fake charter of Pécsvárad was written around 1220, using the previously issued charters (e.g. the authentic foundation and registering charters) as sources. The fake charter was not preserved in its original form either, only in multiple transcriptions from the early 15th century. In this study, the author comments on the source value of the fake charter in place-name history, based on the name Sorlogys included in the charter. The author attempts to answer the question whether or not the denotation of the name form can be related to the date of the authentic charter, that is, to the 11th century. In the second part, the study analyses the connection between the place name Ζαλέση in the foundation charter of the nunnery in Veszprémvölgy and the name Sorlogys in the present charter.