The primary aim of the present paper was to collect all the historical data on baths in Ottoman Hungary. An attempt was made at reconstructing their number and location, and identifying the persons who founded them and the time when they were available for service. The study is followed
by a database of place-names arranged in alphabetical order. Each entry contains the relevant sources, the original texts themselves being listed in chronological order and succeeded by a short list of archeological studies. Finally, an analysis and interpretation of the sources are given.
Despite the difficulties in assessing the exact number of baths in Ottoman Hungary, a total of approximately 75 can be identified.