Hodinka, Antonii or Antal [Годінка, Антоній], b 13 January 1864 in Ladomirov, Prešov region, Transcarpathia, d 15 July 1946 in Budapest, Hungary. Historian. He was a professor of the Law Academy in Bratislava (1906–18); professor (1918–35), dean, and president at the University of Pécs; a member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (from 1933); and head of the Subcarpathian Scientific Society in Uzhhorod (1941–4). He wrote several works, primarily on the history of Mukachevo eparchy, including A Munkácsi Görög-Katholikus Püspökség Története (History of the Mukachevo Greek-Catholic Eparchy, 1909), A Munkácsi Görög-Szertartású Püspökség Okmánytára (The Archives of the Mukachevo Greek-Rite Eparchy, vol 1, 1911), and Az orosz évkönyvek magyar vonatkozásai (The Hungarian-Related Sections of the Russian Annals, 1916). His compilation of documents pertaining to Prince Fedir Koriiatovych and the founding of the Mukachevo Saint Nicholas's Monastery was published posthumously in Analecta Ordinis S. Basilii Magni/Zapysky ChSVV, volumes 1–2 (1950–4). He also wrote in the east Transcarpathian dialect, under the pseudonym Sokyrnytsky Syrokhman, such works as Uttsiuznyna, gazduvstvo y proshlost' iuzhno-karpats'kykh rusynov (The Heritage, Economy, and Past of the South-Carpathian Ruthenians, 1922).
[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 2 (1988).]