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Vampires of Hungary: The Holy Roman Empire

Posted April 4th, 2018 at 11:17 AM by Djenkins

Hi, I've recently launched the Kickstarter for my first comic project- Vampires of Hungary: The Holy Roman Empire. It's set in 1416 and follows a group of knights and a priest from the Vatican who are investigating claims that the Hungarian Cabinet and Queen Barbara De Cilli are vampires. If you like horror, comedy, history or vampires check it out at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...y-roman-empire
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Queen Barbara De Cilli- A Vampire?

Posted March 5th, 2018 at 10:58 AM by Djenkins

I've wrote a small piece on Queen Barbara De Cilli of Hungary (1392–1451) and why she was seen as a vampire. Check it out at http://www.theblood-shed.com/queen-b...cilli-vampire/ and if anyone knows of any English books or articles regarding Barbara De Cilli I'd love to read them. I've only found a handful of mentions in the English language.
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Vampires Of Hungary: The Holy Roman Empire- First Look

Posted February 16th, 2018 at 10:05 AM by Djenkins

Hi All, I'm currently working on my first comic series 'Vampires Of Hungary: The Holy Roman Empire'. It will be a vmapire hroro coemdy set in Hungary in 1416 and focusing on Barbara De Cilli- check out some images here-
https://www.facebook.com/davidjenkin...10?pnref=story and https://www.facebook.com/davidjenkin...99?pnref=story)
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15 march

Posted March 14th, 2015 at 04:57 PM by deaf tuner
Updated March 18th, 2017 at 09:50 AM by deaf tuner

15 march (1848), is one of the national days of Hungarians (the outbreak of the Hungarian revolution).

And linked to this revolution there is a custom that many Hungarian are still keeping.

But let's start with the start:

Hungary had to surrender on August 13, 1849. It took more than an year of bitter fighting, and two empires to bring them on their knees.

Near Arad, more precisely at Világos (now Şiria, in Romania), after the battle,...
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Liszt, Hungarian music and the Gypsy

Posted January 2nd, 2015 at 05:35 AM by deaf tuner
Updated April 19th, 2015 at 12:06 PM by deaf tuner

Franz (or Ferenc in Hungarian) Liszt is one of those great Hungarian figures, tho they were not that much of Hungarians, wanted to be, and became Hungarians. Hungary's history is full of them.

I don't think I am wrong to say that worldwide love for Hungarian music started with him , although he was not the only, nor the first one one inspired by that music.

His 2nd Rhapsody, one of his most known pieces, is in some sort the very quintessence of a romantic view of Hungarian
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