Question: What is the concept of Dracula?

The name Dracula means “son of Dracul.” In the Romanian language today, dracul means “the devil”—drac is “devil,” ul is “the”—but it is derived from the Latin dracō, “dragon.” (Dragons have been historically associated with Satan, hence the evolution.) George, famed for his legendary slaying of a dragon.

What is the real meaning of Dracula?

Born in Transylvania as the second son of the nobleman Vlad II Dracul, he took the name Dracula, meaning “son of Dracul,” when he was initiated into a secret order of Christian knights known as the Order of the Dragon. (In Romanian, Dracul means “dragon.”)

What is the original Van Helsing story?

It is known that while writing about Van Helsing, Bram Stoker could have had a real person in mind. Węgłowski claims he has found out that Stokers model was in fact a Lutheran pastor named Helwing, who 300 years ago studied vampires and werewolves.

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