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Dracula's cellar found

By T.K. Randall
October 9, 2009 · Comment icon 2 comments

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Archaeologists have discovered what is thought to be the cellar owned by Wallachian Duke Vlad III, more commonly known as "Dracula". It was found in Southern Hungary in the university town of Pecs.
Archaeologists believe to have discovered a cellar owned by the Wallachian Duke Vlad III, commonly known by the name of “Dracula.” The cellar was discovered in the university town of Pecs in southern Hungary.

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Red8316 13 years ago
I think its ridiculous that they want to fill in the cellar, they could at least possibly use it for tourism. What a waste archaeologically speaking.
Comment icon #2 Posted by jolady 13 years ago
Now, why do they plan to-or probably already did-fill up the cellar? This only leads some-like me-to think that maybe they really found it! This man really did exist and historians agree, but something else about his past is of more interest, to me. He became a member of the 'Order of the Dragon,' as was his family. Now I read this and connect this to what I've learned about all ancient societies. If you go back far enough, and pick any culture on any continent, you will find legends of the gods, and of them being 'dragon like.' You will also find that many secret societies, if not all of them... [More]

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