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)
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
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.