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Woodcut from the title page of a 1499 pamphlet published by Markus Ayrer in Nuremberg. It depicts Vlad III "the Impaler" (identified as Drac...

German woodcut showing Dracule waide dining among the impaled corpses of his victims. from the title page of a 1499 pamphlet published by Markus Ayrer in Nuremberg. It depicts Vlad III "the Impaler" (identified as Dracole wyade = Draculea voivode)

Etching of Vlad Dracul (woodcut)

Engraving of Vlad Dracula (Vlad III) and the way he reportedly impaled people whom he conquered. It is from a German-language pamphlet, published in Strasbourg, in (Hupfuff

Illustrations of Vlad Dracula from German Manuscripts - This image depicts an engraving of Vlad Dracula (Vlad III) and the way he reportedly impaled people whom he conquered. It is from a German-language pamphlet, published in Strasbourg, in 1500. (Hupfuff 1500: GW12530).

Illustrations of Vlad Dracula from German Manuscripts - This image depicts an engraving of Vlad Dracula (Vlad III) and the way he reportedly impaled people whom he conquered. It is from a German-language pamphlet, published in Strasbourg, in (Hupfuff

A Biography of Vlad the Impaler / Vlad III Dracula: Vlad the Impaler at an Impalement - 15th Century Woodcut

A Biography of Vlad the Impaler / Vlad III Dracula

A Biography of Vlad the Impaler / Vlad III Dracula: Vlad the Impaler at an Impalement - Century Woodcut

Punishment for the Seven Deadly Sins: the angry are dismembered alive. From Le grant kalendrier des Bergiers, printed by Nicolas le Rouge, Troyes, 1496.

Infernal punishment for the Seven Deadly Sins: the angry are dismembered alive. From Le grant kalendrier des Bergiers, printed by Nicolas le Rouge, Troyes,

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Alchemy: Woodcut from Theosophical view for by Leonhardt Thurneysser zum Thurn, An Alchemy artwork.

Luke Clennell’s Dance Of Death

In the midst of life I woke to find myself living in an old house beside Brick Lane in the East End of London

Vlad the Impaler,he impaled his own people on trees and poles he had sharpened just to scare away the enemy completely screwed up also had a torture chamber underneath his bedroom so he could hear the screams and horrible stuff that Went on, totally messed!!

Vlad II Dracul the Impaler. Voivode (duke) of Wallachia. Scene of the impalement. Vlad Tepes or Vlad the Impaler is watching the operation from a table, having his lunch and drinking wine.

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On the Geats’ Worship and Sacrifice.  Two humans are sacrificed on this picture. One is drowned in a holy spring and one is burned. The man with a sword symbolizes probably another way of sacrificing of humans. To the right worshipping people.

On the Geats’ Worship and Sacrifice. Two humans are sacrificed on this picture. One is drowned in a holy spring and one is burned. The man with a sword symbolizes probably another way of sacrificing of humans. To the right worshipping people.

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