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Re: Vlad Tepes (was: Re: Religion and society)

> I am not fluent in Magyarul, but my reading has shown me that Drakul refers
> to the mythic dragon beast, was the name of a prominent noble order in
> period, and that a member of that order would have been called a Drakula.
> (Pronounced more like dra-COOL-ya).  This is all self-education off
> translated works, and is NOT definitive, just indicative.

I thought the term was actually Romanian.  But I think you're right here. 
The term 'Drakul' would be equivalent to calling a member of the Order of
the Temple of Solomon 'Templar', correct?

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