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The Vampire In Hungary And Czechoslovakia

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Folklore & Mythology - Folklore,
  • Supernatural,
  • Body, Mind & Spirit / Supernatural,
  • Social Science-Folklore & Mythology - Folklore,
  • General,
  • Body, Mind & Spirit,
  • New Age / Body, Mind & Spirit,
  • New Age

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages92
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8505524M
    ISBN 101425367909
    ISBN 109781425367909


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Czech Republic and Slovakia, Vampires in the (pop culture) T he first historical state in what is now the territory occupied by the Czech Republic and Slovakia was founded by tribes that settled in the mountainous region north of present-day Austria and Hungary.

The state founded in the seventh century would, two centuries later, be united with the Great Moravian empire, which in. Montague Summers, The Vampire in Lore and Legend [reprint of The Vampire in Europe, ] pages The companion book to The Vampire: His Kith and Kin = Vampires and Vampirism.I won't repeat what The Vampire In Hungary And Czechoslovakia book already said in the review of that book.

This book concentrates more on Europe, especially Eastern Europe (Greece, Russia, Roumania, Bulgaria)/5. A fascinating, sometimes terrifying book, The Vampire in Lore and Legend is a "mine of out-of-the-way information full of unspeakable tales," writes The New York Times; and according to Outlook, "a fascinating inquiry into the vampire legend a storehouse of curious and interesting lore." Of great interest to any enthusiast of the Cited by: A fascinating, sometimes terrifying book, The Vampire in Lore and Legend is a "mine of out-of-the-way information full of unspeakable tales," writes The New York Times; and according to Outlook, "a fascinating inquiry into the vampire legend a storehouse of curious and interesting lore." Of great interest to any enthusiast of the.

Hungary, Vampires in (pop culture) H ungary, Bela Lugosi‘s native country, has a special place in the history of vampires. Vampire historian Montague Summers opened his discussion of the vampire in Hungary by observing, “Hungary, it may not untruly be said, shares with Greece and Slovakia the reputation of being that particular region of the world which is most terribly.

Hungarians are the largest ethnic minority in ing to the Slovak census,people (or % of the population) declared themselves Hungarians, while(% of the population) stated that Hungarian was their mother tongue. Hungarians in Slovakia are concentrated mostly in the southern part of the country, near the border with Hungary.

This volume collects a number of histories of vampirism in European countries, including anecdotes told by peasants and some occasional folklore. Contents: author's introduction; the vampire in Greece and Rome of old; the vampire in England, Ireland, and in some Latin lands; Hungary and Czechoslovakia; modern Greece; Russia, Romania, and /5(6).

An early account of vampire lore involved a man of the Bohemian village of Blow (Blau) in the 14th century. As a vampire, this man visited several of his former neighbors, and those whom he visited died within 8 days.

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in Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Russia, Romania, and Bulgaria, even in modern Greece. More than just a collection of library lore, however, this detailed Pages: So begins this riveting study by one of the foremost authorities on witchcraft and occult phenomena. An indefatigable researcher, Summers explores the presence of vampires in Greek and Roman lore, in England and Ireland during Anglo-Saxon times, in Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Russia, Romania, and Bulgaria, even in modern : Dover Publications.

Hungary, Bela Lugosi’s native country, has a special place in the history of vampires. Vampire historian Montague Summers opened his discussion of the vampire in Hungary by observing, “Hungary, it may not untruly be said, shares with Greece and Slovakia the reputation of being that particular region of the world which is most terribly in fested by the.

In Slovakia, the eastern part of the former Czechoslovakia, vampires caused fear in the population even in this century. In the 's, the press reported the discovery of a casket draped in chains to avoid the exit of the alleged vampire.

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Titled ‘A Vampyre in Hungary’, it records an account from the Whitehall Evening Post which has since come to be regarded as one of the best documented accounts of vampirism.

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Riveting study by a leading authority on witchcraft and occult phenomena examines the history of vampirism in Europe, exploring the presence of vampires in Greek and Roman lore, in England during Anglo-Saxon times, in Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Russia, Romania, Bulgaria and even modern Greece. A fascinating, sometimes horrifying book, which, according to The New.

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There are many vampire animals that we know of, bats and fish being the most common. But, a chicken. Yep, this vampire legend comes from Hungary and it entails a hen, or rather the egg of a hen, that has vampire tendencies and eventually will leave their owner sick and weak after drinking their blood.

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Last week I wasn't feeling well, so I flaked out on Vampire Wednesday. I promised I'd make it up this week. A few weeks ago, a friend mentioned he thought of Czech Republic when he thought of vampires.

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The Hungarian Revolution of and the Prague Spring of demonstrate how and why the USSR kept control of Eastern Europe during the Cold War. Exam questions will often ask about both or one. Failed Revolutions: Hungary, and Czechoslovakia, By Rebecca Glasencnik. Stalin’s death in sparked a new era in Cold War relations.

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So begins this riveting study by one of the foremost authorities on witchcraft and occult phenomena. An indefatigable researcher, Summers explores the presence of vampires in Greek and Roman lore, in England and Ireland during Anglo-Saxon times, in Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Russia, Romania, and Bulgaria, even in modern Greece/5().

The country's history during the 20th century. A collection of a number of different ethnicities (Czechs, Slovaks, Germans, Hungarians and Ukrainians), Czechoslovakia was first formed shortly before the end of World War I, between October 28at a time when Austria-Hungary was already falling apart into a collection of new nation-states.

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Blood libels typically claim that Jews require human. More than just a collection of library lore, however, this detailed examination of the history of vampirism in Europe also includes anecdotes and firsthand accounts gathered by the author from peasants in places where belief in vampires was still common.A fascinating, sometimes terrifying book, The Vampire in Lore and Legend is a ‘mine of out.

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Get this from a library. The vampire in Europe. [Montague Summers] -- First published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. Vampire hysteria begins in Moravia, now part of Czechoslovakia.

Several suspected cases of vampirism were reported in this central country which is now part of Czechoslovakia. At Stadlieb, near Olmutz, a tomb was opened and the body of a presumed Vampire was dismembered before being reburied.The soul stayed around the body and sometimes wanted to come back.

The Gypsy myths of the living dead added to and enriched the vampire myths of Hungary, Romania, and Slavic lands. The ancient home of the Gypsies, India has many mythical vampire figures. The Bhuta is the soul of a man who died an untimely death.Hungarian words for vampire include vámpír and kísértet.

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