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      • Over the course of his life the brutal ruler of Wallachia had killed an estimated 80,000 people, a quarter of which had been impaled on stakes and brandished like flags of flesh outside the city of Targoviste. According to History, Vlad's victims died in myriad ways, all of them awful.
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  1. 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. [10] The Ottoman writer Tursun Beg referred to him as Kazıklı Voyvoda (Impaler Lord) around 1500. [10]

  2. To say that Vlad the Impaler used his impaled victims to instill fear and deter possible invaders is just the tip of the iceberg. Soldiers in that time considered a degrading and embarrassing form of punishment. Especially considering the way that Vlad the Impaler chose to impale his victims was through the rectum and up through the body.

  3. The Impalings of Vlad the Impaler. by Medievalists.net. January 11, 2015. One of the most infamous characters from the Middle Ages was Vlad III Dracula, the prince of Wallachia. Here is the story of how he gained the nickname of ‘the Impaler’. The Histories, by Laonikos Chalkokondyles, which has been recently translated by Anthony Kaldellis ...

  4. Feb 19, 2020 · Over the course of his life the brutal ruler of Wallachia had killed an estimated 80,000 people, a quarter of which had been impaled on stakes and brandished like flags of flesh outside the city of Targoviste. According to History, Vlad's victims died in myriad ways, all of them awful. He had them decapitated, skinned, disemboweled, and boiled ...

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  5. Vlad didn't suck his victims blood, instead when he ate his bread, he took chunks of it and dipped it into buckets of his victims blood. which he then ate. 4. Historians put the deaths at the hands of Vlad at somewhere between 40,000 and 100,000. 5.

  6. Oct 09, 2021 · Responsible for killing 80,000 people and impaling 20,000, Vlad Dracula committed some of history's grisliest acts as ruler of 15th-century Wallachia. In 1897, writer Bram Stoker published the novel Dracula, the classic story of a vampire named Count Dracula who feeds on human blood, hunting his victims and killing them in the dead of night.

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