What has the author Vlad Alexandrescu written?
Vlad Alexandrescu has written:
'Le paradoxe chez Blaise Pascal' -- subject(s): History, Paradox, Skepticism, Criticism and interpretation
Vlad Sobolev has written: 'Novelly ;'
Valentin I. Vlad has written: 'Eighth conferecnce on topics'
Mircea Anghelescu has written: 'Opera lui Gr. Alexandrescu' -- subject(s): Criticism and interpretation
Carmen Vlad has written: 'Semiotica criticii literare' -- subject(s): Criticism, Semiotics, Metalanguage, Discourse analysis
Vlad Manole has written: 'Migration and diversity' -- subject(s): Economic aspects of Emigration and immigration, Emigration and immigration, Mathematical models
Sica Alexandrescu died in 1973.
Andrei Alexandrescu was born in 1969.
Grigore Alexandrescu was born in 1810.
Grigore Alexandrescu died in 1885.
Gheorghe Alexandrescu was born in 1912.
Gheorghe Alexandrescu died in 2005.
Sica Alexandrescu was born in c. 1896.
Mariacristina Giorgi has written: 'Roman Vlad' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Catalogs, Catalogs, Publishers', Music, Ricordi (Firm)
Do you know the author of a book about a vampire story about Vlad the Impaler and it talked about some adventurer visiting a vampire castle and a magical sword. I think the book was written in the 80s?
The book wasn't about Vlad the Impaler, it was about Dracula. The book was by Bram Stoker.
Vlad the Impaler, on whom Count Dracula is generally based, was Romanian. Bram Stoker, the author of Dracula, was British. The novel was written in English.
Eugen Lovinescu has written: 'Acord final' '\\' -- subject(s): Diaries, Criticism, Critics, Romanian literature, History and criticism, History 'Critice' -- subject(s): Romanian literature, History and criticism 'Mite' 'Scrieri' 'Grigore Alexandrescu' 'T. Maiorescu' -- subject(s): Biography, Critics, Prime ministers
Vlad III, known as Vlad the Impaler or Vlad Dracula, was voivode of Wallachia three times between 1448 and his death. He was the second son of Vlad Dracul, who became the ruler of Wallachia in 1436. Note the Vlad Dracula name and Vlad Dracul name of his father. The meaning of Dracul is "devil or dragon". Vlad III impaled his enemies and the blood that resulted may have given the author of the book… Read More
Kurt W. Treptow has written: 'Vlad III Dracula' -- subject(s): Kings and rulers, Biography, History 'A History of Romania' 'Romania and World War II'
There are two meanings of Dracula: The real Dracula In the 15th century, a gory prince named Vlad III (also Vlad Tepes which means Vlad the Impaler) lived in Wallachia. His father, Vlad II (also called Vlad Dracul), was a member of an order of knights that had a dragon, the Dracul, as an icon. That's why Vlad III is also called Vlad Dracules (later "Dracula", "Draculea" means "son of a dragon"). The book character… Read More
Dracula was not really invented. Bram Stoker, the author of the novel, was inspired by a real person named Vlad III (also Vlad Tepes or Vlad Draculea). Vlad Tepes (1431-1476) was a prince from Walachia. The novel "Dracula" by Bram Stoker was first published on 18th May 1897.
Vlad the Impaler had many other names: Vlad Tepes, Vlad III, Vlad Dracula, Vlad III Tepes/the Impaler, Vlad Tepes/the Impaler Dracula
The cast of Manusi Rosii - 2010 includes: Victoria Cocias as Felixs Mother Ioana Iacob as Anemarie Schnemund Marcel Iures as Dr. Ghiosdan Alexandru Mihaescu as Felix Goldschmidt Alexandra Pirici as Elke Mircea Rusu as Lt. Col. Alexandrescu Udo Schenk as Major Blau Andi Vasluianu as Vlad Ursescu
Yes, he was. Bram Stoker, the author of the novel "Dracula", was inspired by a real person: Vlad III, a very gory prince of Wallachia. He was also called Vlad Tepes or Vlad Draculea (later "Draculea" became "Dracula"). The name "Draculea" means "son of a dragon". He got it because his father, Vlad II (called Vlad Dracul), was a member of an order of knights which had a dragon, the Dracul, as an icon. "Tepes"… Read More
There are two Vlads on Horton Hears a who. The first one is Vlad Vladikoff or "Bad Vlad". He is the Vlad that is sent to take the flower and the speck away from Horton. The other Vlad is the "Bunny Vlad with Cookies". This Vlad is a random Character. :)
Vlad the Impaler's real name was Vlad Tepes and later on Vlad III, Prince of Wallachia.
Vlad III, commonly called Vlad the Impaler and sometimes Vlad Tepes, was from Wallachia, a region which is now part of Romania. But when Vlad Tepes lived, it was an independent country. He was born in 1431, died in 1476.
Vlad Tepes, also known as Vlad the III, Vlad Draculea and Vlad the Impaler. He hailed from Schäßburg, Transylvania/Hungary. However he ruled Wallachia, Romania. He was born in 1431 and died in December 1476.
Vlad Coada's birth name is Ionut Vlad Coada.
The name of the bird on Horton Hears a Who is Vlad. He is a a vulture. Horton refers to him as "Bad Vlad". There is also a bunny Vlad, but Bad Vlad is the Vulture.
Vlad Theodor Cacinschi's birth name is Vlad-Theodor Cacinschi.
I don't think that there are any body counts - but you asked about vlad dracul (Vlad II "the dragon") It is well known that he murdered rivals, and participated in wars. If you are asking about Vlad III Dracula ("son of the dragon"), aka Vlad Tepes "the Impaler"), we still wouldn't know, as he was also war-like. Interestingly, Vlad II died in his 50s, and Vlad III in his 40s, so Vlad II had… Read More
On Horton Hears a Who there are two Vlads. One is "bad Vlad". The other Vlad is "bunny Vlad who makes cookies". You must be referring to the second Vlad. :)
Dracula was a fictional character from a novel by the same name, written in 1897 by Bram Stoker. He was named for the notoriously cruel and real-life Vlad III Tepes [a/k/a Vlad III the Impaler] (1431 - 76), a ruler of Walachia, whose epithet was Dracula ("Son of the Dragon"). Vlad was said to have put to death 20,000 men, women, and children by impaling them upright on stakes. Note also that Vlad the Impaler's… Read More
Dracula is a fictional character from the Transylvania region of Romania in a book written in the early 20th century. The author of the story, Bram Stoker, based his fictional character on Vlad Dracula, a real prince of Walachia (now part of Romania) in the 15th century.
Vlad Dracula was born in Romania, Europe.
No, Vlad didn't die
Vlad Toma is 6' 3".
Vlad Trandafir is 175 cm.
Radu Vlad is 6' 1".
Vlad Akopian is 5' 7".
Vlad Chiriac is 185 cm.
Vlad Coada is 182 cm.
Vlad Dulea is 5' 9".
Vlad Martins is 5' 8".
Vlad Nesas is 178 cm.
Vlad Miriță was born in 1981.
Vlad Yudin was born in 1982.
Vlad Zachary was born in 1965.
Vlad Georgescu died in 1988.