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Today it bears the name Dragolea few families originating from central and southern Transylvania and some southern Oltenia (County).
In the two or three counties inhabited by the Szekely [hungarian population living in Romania], almost all the population has blood of type B. This is a blood type specific to Asia, because they [the Szekely] are of turanic (turkic) origin
Székely people, a Transylvanian subgroup of the Hungarians, spans nine centuries, although many historians consider that the formation of the Székely people had taken place before the Hungarian conquest of the Carpathian Basin in 895-896.
Dracula the Transylvanian exists in the novel only. Prince Dracula, Vlad IV, ruled Wallachia, which like Transylvania was a neighboring province of Rumania. Dracula's ethnicity was Wallach, and his fights with the Turks happened in Wallachia.
However, as Bram Stoker's Dracula is never explicitly connected to the Vlach Vlad III other than the name Dracul, the fact that Dracula states he is a Székely clearly separates the historical inspiration from the fictional vampire.
Princess Cneajna of Translyvania was Count Dracula's first mortal wife after Elisabeta. She was the mother of Dracula's only child, Mihnea the Bad. She commited suicide in 1462.
There's a myth about Dracula's first wife throwing herself from the tower of Poienari to escape the turks, and some sources claim that her name was Elzbieta/Elisaveta, a Romanian noble lady. On the other hand, Vlad's first wife was also said to be named Cnaejna Báthory of Transilvania, who comitted suicide in 1462, which was the year he was driven out of Romania. This fit well to the claim that she was of noble birth - the Báthory family was an Eastern(and Central)European noble family. Both a Polish king and the infamous murderess Elżbieta Batory were members of it. But Dracula's mother is usually refered to as Cneajna, which is probably the same name as Cnaejna. of course it's possible that he married a woman whose name was that close, or even identical to his mother's, but the name Cnaejna is not mentioned anywhere else.
: Vlad III Dracula the Imperial married his
: mother Cneaja of Transylvania had an
: incestuous relationship with his mother who
: born his a son at the age of 72 years old.
: . Vlad II "the Devil"
: Dracul [Prince of Wallachia] was born before
: 1395 in
: >Wallachia. He died 1448; assasinated,
: beheaded.(age 53)Vlad II married (1) Cneaja
: of Transylvania on 1425.( age 35) Cneaja was
: born 1390. She>died 1462; suicide.( age
: 72)Vlad Dracula was 31 year old and Dracula
: kept his son Mihnea the Bad Dracula [Prince
: of Wallachia]. He married Ilona Szilŕgyi
: and had 2 sons . Vlad (Mircea) the
: Monk died 1496. And I am not sure of the
: other son Mihlea maybe but he died of
: sickness. Dracula father Vlad II wife was
: Cneaja of Transylvania who was later called
: Cenaja Bathory of Transylvania by Dracula
: and she was B Rh negative Bathory Székely
: Hungarians and so Dracula was a B Rh
: negative Székely and Dracula too also B Rh
: negative and a Bathory Székely as was his
: son and descendant who B Rh negative
: Transylvania Nobles descended from Vlad
: Dracula and his mother and his wife Cneaja
: Bathory. Dracula called beloved Mother/Wife
: ElzbietaBathory the name for the his Grand
: Grand Niece Ezlbieta Bathory who also was a
: Vampire so the Vampire tradition came from
: the death or Suicide of Dracula beloved B
: rh negative Mother/wife Cneaja or Elzbieta
: Bathory so Vampire Myth came from both
: Dracula mother/wife who the greatest love in
: his life and his Great Great Niece whom is
: name after her Great Great Grand Uncle
: mother/wife Cneaja or Elzbieta Bathory.
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