say, the name of the
family has come from Dionysos, a Greek name, which later
was transformed to Dienes. which
was used by Saint-Dienes a martyr whose name was given
to more medieval villages. In the XII-XIV. Centuries, several known personalities bear the name, including
palatines from gens Aba and
Tomaj. Family Crest mentions Dienes families from Auvergne in the XII. Century
and later. A branch of Dienes’s
in Telkibánya spelled their name Dihenes. Living branches of Dienes families
of Abaúj are those of
Sárospatak, and Boldogkőváralja.
Dienes families live in Transsylvania, too.
generation of family from Göncz to
be born in Budapest included Ilona D., Emma D. és
(v) István D.. The latter was a painter artist, Sándor Nagy’s and István Réti’s
disciple and follower. Piéces of his works
can be seen here.