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  1. 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. Corvinus first gave her in marriage to ...

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    • 1476(–1477)
  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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    • Vlad's Period of Confinement and Marriage to Ilona
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    Why do people spell her last name, Szilágy, without the "i"? I know Szilagy is understandable because that is the more Romanised form, but should Ilona's last name be changed from Szilágy to Szilágyi in the Vlad III Dracula page? By the way, Szilágy is Hungarian, and it is a name of a county in Hungary. By adding the "i" at the end, it will mean something like "from the county of Szilágy". Maybe there should be a note on how the English spelling is Szilagy while the correct Hungarian one is Szilágyi. A lot of internet websites spell her Hungarian spelling of the name incorrectly. 70.170.72.134 (talk) 01:57, 17 February 2009 (UTC) 1. I've heard two variations on her name. One giving her the surname Hunyadi, as in John, and the other in her middle name being Elisabeth. Are either of these supported? 198.7.245.75 (talk) 04:58, 4 October 2009 (UTC) 1. 1.1. About her middle name being "Elisabeth". I have searched for sources on the internet, and all sources hinting at her middle name bei...

    This citation on Vlad the impaler The British Chronicles, Volume 2 by David Hughes Shows that Radu and Tepelus weren't her children.if someone can please clarify. Lagonx (talk) 10:48, 12 February 2012 (UTC)

    The Russian pamphlets say that Vlad was a prisoner from 1462 until 1474. But it was also this period that Vlad began to win his way into King Matthias' courts and marry Ilona. Someone who was still a prisoner was not allowed to marry royalty; plus, Vlad's oldest kid with Ilona was about 10 years old when he regained the Wallachian throne in 1476. So he was probably released around 1466, according to McNally and Florescu. The only problem is that I can't remember which of the Dracula books they published had this source. My best guess is "Dracula, Prince of Many Faces: His Life and His Times" or "In Search of Dracula: The History of Dracula and Vampires. If someone has the books and can cite these, that would be great. Otherwise, I will add a citation to the website where I quoted my source.173.55.0.152 (talk) 19:05, 18 July 2014 (UTC)

    Two of the cited sources refer to her as Jusztina. One of the two sources is a publication dedicated to consorts of Wallachian rulers, including her. Anon, why do you think we should change her name? Borsoka (talk) 14:52, 2 January 2017 (UTC) 1. @Borsoka:, why not Justina? This article uses anglicised variants of names of medieval persons, including her family and husbands. Only she appears with Hungarian name version. --Norden1990 (talk) 04:40, 26 September 2017 (UTC) 1.1. 1.1.1. Because the only source published in English which was originally cited (Kubinyi) uses the "Jusztina" form. However, now, Cazacu verifies the use of "Justina", so I moved the page. Thank you for your suggestion. Borsoka (talk) 04:50, 26 September 2017 (UTC)

  3. sunburstcomics.wordpress.com › 2019/05/02 › the-consortThe Consort – Sunburst Comics

    May 02, 2019 · History: Justina Szilágyi was only a baby she was found in a field where once a band of Gypsies resided. What happened to them was never recorded. The baby only had an ornate pendant with the name “Justina” etched into it. The couple who found her, Osvát Szilágyi and Ágota Pósa, adopted her.

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    Justina Szilágyi de Horogszeg (horogszegi Szilágyi Jusztina; before 1455 – 1497) was a Hungarian noblewoman, who became the second wife of Vlad the Impaler, Voivode of Wallachia. Matthias Corvinus had Vlad the Impaler, Voivode of Wallachia, imprisoned for allegedly conducting secret negotiations with the Ottoman Empire in 1462, and only ...

  5. Justina Szilágyi . Beside above, who killed Dracula in real life? Vlad III is known as Vlad Țepeș (or Vlad the Impaler) in Romanian historiography. This sobriquet is connected to the impalement that was his favorite method of execution. The Ottoman writer Tursun Beg referred to him as Kazıklı Voyvoda (Impaler Lord) around 1500.

  6. 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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