Antal Nagy de Buda

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For other people named Antal Nagy, see Antal Nagy (disambiguation).
The native form of this personal name is Budai Nagy Antal. This article uses Western name order when mentioning individuals.

Antal Nagy de Buda or Antal Budai Nagy (died near Kolozsvár, Kingdom of Hungary (today: Cluj-Napoca, Romania), December 10–14, 1437) was a petty nobleman from Kolozs County, Transylvania, who led the first major peasant revolt in medieval Hungary in 1437. He died in the decisive battlefield when the rebels lost.

According to his name, his family might have originated from Nagybuda, Kingdom of Hungary (today in Romania). He lived in the neighbour village of Diós.