Count Dracula's cellar found in Hungary

Oct 3, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Toronto News.Net

Toronto News.Net Saturday 3rd October, 2009 Toronto, October 3 : Archaeologists have found a cellar in the university town of Pecs in southern Hungary, which they believe to have belonged to Wallachian Duke Vlad III, more commonly known as "Dracula." According to a report in the Digital Journal, Tamas Fedeles, tutor of medieval and early modern ...

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#1
Oct 4, 2009
 
university town of pecs...was draculka teaching the art of impalement there ?

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Oct 4, 2009
 
bacsi,
how about if you look into this matter, just in case draculka left some bottled blood around, some magayrs in toronto need help with cephalhaemia.

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#3
Oct 5, 2009
 
where are csipos paprika lately ?
are you still looking for draculka´s blood ?

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Dec 3, 2009
 
Slotan from Slotania, do you know about Bathory Erzsebet, who you crippled the name to Elizabeta Batori? Do you take her as Slotan or Hungarian? Because you insist that the town (I forgot the name) is Slotan. So she should be Slotan, isn't it?

Regarding the above, so Dracula was Hungarian? So then you don't deny that Hungary has the right to ask back Transylvania?

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Corry bacsi

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Dec 3, 2009
 
Javorszarvas wrote:
Be careful what you write.
I think you are asking too much from pesky ;-)

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Dec 4, 2009
 
He didn't reply, this was too high mathematics for him.

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I bet, since those magayrs have found a cellar in magayrsko, personally, I would not ascribe much truth to it, knowing these deceiving magayrs.

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pesky the real deal wrote:
I bet, since those magayrs have found a cellar in magayrsko, personally, I would not ascribe much truth to it, knowing these deceiving magayrs.
Don't you get confused on Madarsko and Uhorsko? Don't you find it a little annoying, as nobody else on Earth is doing this kind of separation? You don't need to believe us, personally I don't care.
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Aug 8, 2012
 
Any updates to this story?

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#10
Aug 9, 2012
 
Dracula was Romanian, what do you imagine about Hungary?
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Aug 9, 2012
 
Petru wrote:
Dracula was Romanian, what do you imagine about Hungary?
Vlad the Impaler was, Count Dracula was not:

"In Bram Stoker's novel Dracula, Count Dracula regards himself as a Székely, and very explicitly presents them as a separate nation from the Hungarians. He describes a history for his people, claiming a descent both from the Huns and also from an "Ugric tribe from Iceland".. "

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