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  1. Vlad was imprisoned, first by the Turks, who hauled him away in chains, and later by the Hungarians. Vlad's father was murdered, while his older brother, Mircea, was blinded with red-hot iron stakes and buried alive. From 1448 until his death in 1476, Vlad ruled Wallachia and Transylvania, both part of Romania today.

  2. Justina Szilágyi de Horogszeg (Hungarian: horogszegi Szilágyi Jusztina; before 1455 – 1497) was a Hungarian noblewoman, who became the second wife of Vlad the Impaler, Voivode of Wallachia. She was the daughter of Ladislaus or Osvát Szilágyi and thus a cousin of Matthias Corvinus, King of Hungary.

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    Hungarian handball player The native form of this personal name is Szilágyi Katalin.:This article uses Western name order when mentioning individuals.. Katalin Szilágyi (born 16 November 1965 in Nyíregyháza) is a former Hungarian handball player who has won the bronze medal with the Hungarian team in the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta.

  6. Vlad III had been married twice. Historian Alexandru Simon concluded that his first wife was an illegitimate daughter of John Hunyadi. He married his second wife, Justina Szilágyi, probably in 1475, after the death of his first wife.

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    Justina Szilágyi - Second marriage. Kuritsyn mentioned that Vlad had three sons. Hasan and Matei Cazacu proposed that Justina gave birth to Vlad's second son and namesake, who was the ancestor of the Hungarian noble Drakwla family. In contrast, Fedeles wrote that Vlad and Justina's marriage was childless.

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