Lysa Karell

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Vlad Tepes - Dracula

Vlad Tepes - Dracula

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Lysa Karell

There are darknesses in life and there are lights, and you are one of the lights, the light of all lights. ~ BRAM STOKER, Dracula ~ Dracula, a legend. But long before the legend, was Prince Vlad Dracul. Dracula marks the beginning of Gothic literature. The vampire myth, immortal, drinking the blood of its victims and transforming them into vampires, appears in different forms in the popular imagination, according to the cultures. Admittedly, the most famous vampire remains Count Dracula, a native of Romania, central character of the novel written by Bram Stoker in 1897. Many talk about it, but few know the legend born from the true story of Prince Vlad Tepes (The Impaler), Prince of Wallachia in the middle of the 15th century. The bloody legend of Count Dracula is strongly linked to the reign of Vlad Tepes (The Impaler), Prince of Wallachia (now southern region of Romania), the province that was the last bastion of Christianity against the Ottoman invasion, in the 15th century. This prince, born in Transylvania in 1431 and crowned Prince of Wallachia in 1436, moved to the Palace of Targoviste. He would have impaled hundreds of thousands of men: German traders from Transylvania, members of the nobility, Ottoman prisoners ... Moreover, he made himself known by the "Forest of the Pals", place where were erected the officer corps Turkish on pals, which were around his castle. Yet this "pal" technique was very popular at the time among European princes. The historians consider him a very important prince in the struggle against the Ottoman Empire, his father being part of the Order of the Dragon, order of chivalry created in 1408 by Sigismund of Luxembourg, king of Hungary, to prevent the Ottoman expansion in Europe. In his goal of giving justice, this bloody prince nicknamed after his death Dracula, that is to say the devil in the Vlach language, shocks his contemporaries with his methods of sadistic torture. Oh, the terrible struggle that I have had against sleep so often of late; the pain of the sleeplessness, or the pain of the fear of sleep, and with such unknown horror as it has for me! How blessed are some people, whose lives have no fears, no dreads; to whom sleep is a blessing that comes nightly, and brings nothing but sweet dreams. ~ BRAM STOKER, Dracula ~

pascal riou

Beau portrait de Vlad III Tepes (l'empaleur) à la réputation sulfureuse!

Phil Daydé

Bonsoir Lysa, heureux de revoir votre travail! Et il est beau ce portrait, typé un peu à l'ancienne, style carte à jouer. Mais bon, on n'aimerait pas vraiment jouer avec Monseigneur Dracula :) Je garde mon sang :) Bonne soirée!

jean paul lozach

Portrait semblant être de style linogravure ,...….

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