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    Mihnea cel Rău, the son of Vlad III Dracula, and his first wife, was Voivode of Wallachia from 1508 to 1509, having replaced his first cousin Radu cel Mare. During his reign, he ruled alongside his son Mircea III Dracul in the year 1509. Unpopular among the boyars, he was overthrown with Ottoman assistance, prompting him to take refuge in Transylvania – where he was to be murdered in front of the Sibiu Cathedral, being buried inside the church.

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    After his fa­ther's death, Mi­h­nea am­bi­tiously at­tempted to suc­ceed him. He or­ga­nized sev­eral raids with the aid of bo­yars who sup­ported his fa­ther and were eager to sup­port his son. In 1508, Mi­h­nea fi­nally suc­ceeded in gain­ing the throne, but it would not take long for the tainted ma­jor­ity of no­ble­men to no­tice the fa­mil­iar pat­tern of Ro­man­ian pa­tri­o­tism. Mi­h­nea, like his fa­ther, was an ex­haust­ingly dri­ven cru­sader for Chris­tian­ity. He too wanted an East­ern Eu­rope free of Turk­ish rule and ag­gres­sion. But with cor­rup­tion in high po­si­tions (whether royal or noble), he too would suf­fer the sim­i­lar fate of his fa­ther.

    His­tor­i­cal doc­u­ments re­veal the two women whom Mi­h­nea mar­ried. His first wife, Smaranda, died be­fore 1485. His sec­ond, Voica, was wid­owed by Mi­h­nea's as­sas­si­na­tion. She raised their two sons, Miloș and Mircea II Dracul (who later took the title "Mircea II"), and their daugh­ter Ruxan­dra, and con­tin­ued to re­side in Sibiu, Tran­syl­va­nia. It is known that Mi­h­nea had taken a pref­er­ence to his younger son Mircea II Dracul, whom he named after his great-grand­fa­ther Mircea cel Bătrân. His daugh­ter Ruxan­dra later mar­ried Mol­da­vian Prince Bog­dan III cel Orb. He was ru­mored to have had a sec­ond son, "Mor­sus Atrum", born in 1508, at the be­gin­ning of his fa­ther’s reign.

    Mi­h­nea was dubbed "Cel Rău" mean­ing "the Bad" or "the Evil One" by Vlad's en­e­mies, the Craiovești fac­tion of bo­yars. One of Mi­h­nea's most vocal en­e­mies was a monk named Gavril Pro­tul who was an abbot and chron­i­cler of this time pe­riod. He de­scribed Mi­h­nea's ac­tions as fol­lows: "As soon as Mi­h­nea began to rule he at once aban­doned his sheep's cloth­ing and plugged up his ears like an asp.... He took all the greater bo­yars cap­tive, worked them hard, cru­elly con­fis­cated their prop­erty, and even slept with their wives in their pres­ence. He cut off the noses and lips of some, oth­ers he hanged, and still oth­ers drowned."Mi­h­nea re­tal­i­ated by re­sort­ing to his fa­ther's ter­ror tac­tics, but did not reach pro­por­tions of his fa­ther due to time and op­por­tu­nity.

    After he fled Wal­lachia in 1510 while being pur­sued by the Craiovescu fac­tion, he was fi­nally cor­nered in the Roman Catholic Church of Sibiu where he was at­tend­ing Mass. As he was leav­ing the ser­vice, he was stabbed by Dim­itrije Iakšić, a Ser­bian par­ti­san of the Craiovescu fac­tion, whose daugh­ter Mi­h­nea raped. Mi­h­nea is buried in this church and his tomb can still be vis­ited today.

    In the film Dark Prince: The True Story of Drac­ula, Mi­h­nea is por­trayed by actor Dan Bor­deianu. How­ever, de­spite its nu­mer­ous ac­cu­rate ac­counts and por­tray­als, this film was equally fic­tional in many cer­tain as­pects in­clud­ing Vlad Drac­ula's im­mor­tal pow­ers and in­ac­cu­rate dates. One of these in­ac­cu­rate as­pects was that Mi­h­nea was re­named Vlad in the film. It is doc­u­mented that Vlad had two other chil­dren, one being named Vlad, but in the film, the viewer is only ed­u­cated about the ex­is­tence of one son; the son of Vlad Drac­ula's first wife, which in his­tory is Mi­h­nea.

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    May 16, 2020 · Mihnea cel Rau, son of Vlad III Dracula, and his first wife, was voivode of Wallachia from 1508 to 1509, having replaced his cousin Radu cel Mare. During his reign, he ruled together with his son Mircea Dracul the second in the year 1509.

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    Jul 25, 2010 · Vlad the Impaler had three sons, Mihnea cel Rau with his first wife, Vlad Dracula IV and another son whose name is unknown with his second wife.

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    Mihnea cel Rău (Mihnea the Wrongdoer/Mean/Evil; c.1460 – 12 March 1510), the son of Vlad III Dracula (Vlad Țepeș), and his first wife, was Voivode (Prince) of Wallachia from 1508 to 1509, having replaced his first cousin Radu cel Mare. During his reign, he ruled alongside his son in the year 1509.

  8. Who are the descendants of Vlad the Impaler? - Quora

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    Vlad’s first child which he had with his first wife was a son named Mihnea, who would later be known as “Mihnea cel Rau” or Mihnea “the Bad” for the horribly cruel things he did as Prince of Wallachia. Mihnea was a hot headed boy who took inference from his own fathers extremely cruel antics.

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    Vlad Tepes, also known as the Impaler, was born in Transylvania in 1431 and died in 1476, when he was just 45 years old, and a Romanian director has been made a Vlad the Impaler movie, about his life.

    Vlad Tepes was the ruler of Wallachia three times, once in 1448, the second time from 1456 to 1462 and the third time in 1476. The region on Wallachia comprised half of the south of the current Romanian territory. His prince title was Vlad the Third or Voivode of Walachia.

    In the Romanian language, Tepes, means the Impaler, and this name has been given to him after his death.

    He has received this name after his habit of impaling his enemies, with big stakes, and placing these stakes vertical in the ground. The process of impalement would be done either horizontally or vertically, trough the torso of the body. There were times when thousands of prisoners would be killed in this manner at the same time. It happened that many of them wouldn’t die right away and would live for days in terrible agony.

    Wallachia was at the time at war with the Ottoman Empire. Once time, Sultan Mehmet the Second retreated his army after they say 20,000 dead bodies impaled outside Targoviste, the capital of Wallachia.

    He was the son of Vlad Dracul the Second, which translated means Vlad the Devil, but it has been mostly translated as Vlad the Dragon.He received this name, after he became a member of the order of the dragon,which stood for a Christian group that was fighting the Ottoman sovereignty in Europe. Because of his father’s name, Vlad Tepes has been known as Vlad Dracula, which n translated in son of the dragon, or son of the devil.

    Another Vlad the Impaler facts is that author Bram Stocker, borrows his name for his vampire book, Dracula. Stoker had a close relationship with Armin Vambery, a history professor from Hungary, and may have gotten the tips from him. Also, in Romania, there is a Vlad the Impaler castle, called the Bran castle, which has become a great touristic attraction.

    Even though he has been associated with Transylvania, this region is at the north of Walachia and was occupied by the Austro Hungarian Empire. During his ruling, Vlad has oppressed the Transylvanian Saxons. He would often make raids behind the border and it has been said that a lot of Transylvanians had been impaled.

    When he was a kid, it has been said that he had studied all o the disciplines. He also had a high education when it came to combat and warfare.

    His father has been removed from power on 1442, by groups that made an alliance with Hungary. Then, he was obliged to pay a fee to the Ottoman Empire, to obtain their support for hair return to reigning. A condition to the deal was for Vlad and his brother Radu, to go to the royal court of the Ottoman Empire as hostages.

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    Mihnea cel Rău (Mihnea the Wrongdoer/Mean/Evil; c.1460 – 12 March 1510), the son of Vlad III Dracula (Vlad Țepeș), and his first wife, was Voivode (Prince) of Wallachia from 1508 to 1509, having replaced his first cousin Radu cel Mare. During his reign, he ruled alongside his son Mircea III Dracul in the year 1509.

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    Mihnea cel Rău (Mihnea the Wrongdoer/Mean/Evil; c.1460 – 12 March 1510), the son of Vlad III Dracula (Vlad Țepeș), and his first wife, was Voivode of Wallachia from 1508 to 1509, having replaced his first cousin Radu cel Mare.

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