They Sumerian came to the settle along the Danube river more than 6000 years ago a brought B Rh negative blood type but when the Avar settle along the Danube 9 centuries ago the along brought Sumerian Exilarch Jew B Rh negative blood type with them in the Hungarian and Slavokia along the Danube but in 1290 both the Jews and Gypsy like Rudolph the Black who was black Gypsy settle in cross the Carpathian Mountains and settle in Wallachia in 1290, since the Rudolph the Black or Black Gypsy and the Armenian Jews were being force out of Hungary and settle in Wallachia they called Szekely and Szekely are almost away B Blood type and them Count Dracula, a "Szekely" West of the Danube differ significantly from those East of the Danube for the frequencies of i and IB. IB is B blood type in Eastern Danube. Rh negative in 3% in Romania mostly come from Jews and Gypsies and the B Rh negative that Rudolph the Black was Royal Sassanian Blood type from the descendant of Yazdegerd III daughter Nazbanu from Pars who fled to Deval in Karachi in 714 A.D and they stayed in Karachi until 1010 A.D when the Sassanian Noble
All the linguistic, archeological, ethnographical and other cultural heritage of the ancient population of the Carpathian Basin proves the ancient presence of the Magyars here.
In the field of archaeology and anthropology, I will mention here only the excavations at Bodrogköz, where the remains in the 6000 year-old graves were of the same Rh negative blood-type as the present day inhabitants. The excavations in the same 6000 year-old strata at Vésztő-Mágor show a continuous habitation, through the Avar age to the present. The profile of the 6000 year-old statue shows the same features as those of the present inhabitants.
Well, actually at the end they were higher than counts, what the Germans know as 'Fürsten' and we know as 'knezi'.
Anyhoo, what is your opinion of this great, but sadly long extinct dynasty (although their descendants can still be traced through whatshername of Cilli, who was Queen of Poland).
A summary from Wikipedia tells it better than I could:
The name "Counts of Cilli" was given to the house by emperor Louis IV of Bavaria in 1341 and derived from the medieval name Cilli of town Celje at Savinja river in present Slovenia. Celje itself became property of the dynasty in 1333. Their rise to powerful family started in a small castle in ®ovnek (Sannegg), Braslovče (Upper Savinja valley), but in a short period of time they owned more than 20 castles all over territory of modern Slovenia and beyond through the marriages of their daughters.
In 14. cent. they allied with Habsburgs in war against counts of Gorizia-Tirol, making Cilli vassals of Habsburgs in 1308.  With acquiring large estates in Styria, Carinthia, Carniola and in the territories of the Hungarian crown (Croatia, Slavonia) their influence rose and they became one of the most powerful families in area. They were related by marriage with rulers of Bosnia and Polish and Hungarian kings.
Their rapid rise started after the Battle of Nicopolis (1396) where Hermann II of Cilli saved the life of Sigismund of Luxemburg (Hungarian king, from 1433 Holy Roman emperor). As a reward king Sigismund donated (1397-99) the city of Varaľdin, the county of Zagorje, and many estates in present-day Croatia to the family. The House of Cilli and Sigismund became even more strongly related with the marriage of Hermanns' daughter Barbara of Cilli with king Sigismund. In 1436 the Emperor elevated the counts to the rank of Prince of the Holy Roman Empire. That caused a war with the Habsburgs that lasted until 1443, when an agreement of mutual inheritance was signed.
Ulrich II of Cilli was the most powerful member of the Cilli family. He held a large influence in many courts, that originated from the relationships the Cilli family made in the past. He tried to get regency of Hungary, Bohemia and Austria through control over Ladislas the Posthumous, at the time a minor. With such ambitions he got many opponents and rivals, such as Hunyadi family. After unsuccessful claim of the Bosnian crown, Cilli received some territories in Croatia and Slavonia but finally succeeded to force Frederick III, Holy Roman Emperor to hand over (1452) the boy king Ladislas the Posthumous to his keeping. Ulrich II became practically the ruler of Hungary. In 1456 after the death of his rival John Hunyadi, Ulrich II was named Captain General of Hungary, an office previously held by John Hunyadi. That initiated a plot by the Hunyadi family against Ulrich II, killing him on the 8th of November, in Belgrade.
Dracula's father was Vlad Dracul (b.1395, in Wallachia). Vlad Dracul sought the support of King Ladislas II Jagiello of Poland. Vlad Dracul was murdered in December 1447. Dracula's mother was the Princess Cneajna of Moldavia. She and his father were married in 1425. Princess Cneajna was the eldest daughter of Alexandru, "the Good," Prince of Moldavia (1400-1431), a member of the Musatin family. Cneajna's brothers were Ilias and Bogdon II (father of Stephen the Great).
Dracula had an older brother named Mircea who was baptized as a Roman Catholic in 1428. Mircea was blinded with a red-hot iron stake and then buried alive in 1447. While, his younger brother, Radu, was baptized in the Orthrodox Church in 1435. Dracula and Radu were held by the Ottoman Turks, as children, and had to fight off sexual advances. Apparently Radu, the youngest, eventually became one of the harem favorites. The Turks thought him very handsome and Radu was regarly sodomized by Medmed II, "the Conqueror," was the son of Murad II (1421-1451).
This article is about the noblewoman. For the composer, see Erzsébet Szilágyi.
Ladislaus Hunyadi on the Bier (Viktor Madarász)
Erzsébet Szilágyi (Hungarian: Szilágyi Erzsébet, c. 1410–1483) was a Hungarian noblewoman of Szilágy County of the Kingdom of Hungary. Elizabeth was the daughter of the count Ladislaus Szilágyi and Catherine Bellyéni, members of two influential Hungarian families of the 15th century that were loyal to the King Sigismund of Hungary. She had several siblings, including the count Mihály Szilágyi, who had an important role after the death of Elizabeth's husband, John Hunyadi. Hunyadi was the regent of the Kingdom of Hungary and supreme commander of the armies, an excelse fighter, that counted with the favor of the Pope for confronting the Ottoman Empire. He was the most powerful nobleman of the Kingdom and counted with huge properties and centenars of lower noblemen that supported him. After his death in 1456, his older son Ladislaus Hunyadi became the head of the family, however after murdering the count Ulrik of Cilli, the counsilor of the King Ladislaus V of Hungary, he was executed. Then Elizabeth's only son Matthias Corvinus of Hungary was taken to Prague by the young King, who felt for his life before the instability caused after the execution of Ladislaus Hunyadi. Mihály Szilágyi and Elizabeth became the leaders of this Liga, and after the sudden death of the King Ladislaus (possibly poisoned), she negotiated the release of Matthias, who was soon crowned as King of Hungary in 1458.
After this, Elizabeth became the mother of the King, and continued being a great influence in the Kingdom. Matthias had an illegitimate son in 1473, and soon was sent to the properties of his grandmother, who raised him with the best teachers of the Kingdom. The illegitimate John Corvinus never became King of Hungary after the death of Matthias because of the pression of the noblemen and the widow of the monarch, but enjoyed titles and properties, fighting the Turkish armies until the end of his life as his grandfather and father did before. His grandmother Elizabeth lived in Óbuda most of his life, and founded several monasteries and chapels, following her deeply religious beliefs. She died around 1483.
THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE:
Barbara Cilli who was also know Katalin Bellyeni had son name Ladislas who his son married as Katalin Bellyeni as he was crown King and had daughter name Elizabeth who was Juztina Szilagyi who was B Rh negative she was the Mother and first wife of Vlad Dracula and she died in when leep of the tower in Poneri and drown in the Arges. River in 1462
It's said that his first wife, Jusztina Szilagyi of Moldavia, flung herself from the towers of Poenari during a siege by Vlad's muslim brother, Radu Bey. Vlad Dracula then married Elizabeth laid in waiting or may her sister also her lesbian lover, Ilona Kottarenin or Ilona Szilagyi.
Barbara von Cilli is Cneajna of Moldavia form the Bathory or Szilagyi family who Vlad Dracula Mother who B Rh negative like her daughter Jusztina Szilagyi and her lesbian lover sister Iiona Szilagyi. Barbara von Cilli or Cneajna and Juztina Szilagyi and Ilona Szilagyi were related mother and sisters and Dracula cousins and his 3 Vampire Wife.
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