János Aczél

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For the mathematician, see János Aczél (mathematician).
The native form of this personal name is Aczél János. This article uses the Western name order.

János Aczél (died 1523) was a royal secretary and poet.

He was replaced from the provostry of Vác to Pressburg (today Bratislava) as the secretary of II. Louis. He was also the abbot of Garamszentbenedek (Hronský Beňadik). He had died before he could take the position of provost in Pressburg. He wrote poems in Latin, but none of them survived.

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