Elizabeth Báthory de Ecsed (ungarsk:Báthory Erzsébet) (født 7. august 1560, død 21. august 1614), var en ungarsk grevinne og påstått seriemorder.Hun var medlem av adelsslekten Báthory, som i denne perioden styrte Transilvania.. Selv om hun i moderne tid omtales som «den blodige grevinnen», og det er hevdet at hun kan ha drept så mange som 600 unge kvinner, hersker det tvil omkring. Elizabeth Báthory was born on a family estate in Nyírbátor, Royal Hungary, in 1560 or 1561, and spent her childhood at Ecsed Castle. Her father was Baron George VI Báthory of the Ecsed branch of the family, brother of Andrew Bonaventura Báthory, who had been voivode of Transylvania, while her mother was Baroness Anna Báthory (1539-1570), daughter of Stephen Báthory of Somlyó, another. Elizabeth Báthory, Hungarian form Báthory Erzsébet, (born August 7, 1560, Nyírbátor, Hungary—died August 21, 1614, Castle C̆achtice, C̆achtice, Hungary [now in Slovakia]), Hungarian countess who purportedly tortured and murdered hundreds of young women in the 16th and 17th centuries
Elizabeth Báthory was born on 7 August 1560, in Hungary, to George Bathory and Anna Bathory. Both her parents were nobles and she was related to the Voivode of Transylvania, the King of Poland, the Grand Duke of Lithuania, and the Prince of Transylvania. Her older brother was Stephen Bathory, who went on to become the judge royal of Hungary Elizabeth Bathory's bio. Born 1560. Memorialize Elizabeth's life with photos and stories about her and the Bathory family history and genealogy Elizabeth Bathory was born in 1560 in Transylvania, Hungary. Born with a silver spoon, she was of a noble and very distinguished family that held high ranking social positions in Transylvania. At age 10, she was betrothed to Count Ferencz Nadady and five years later in 1575, the young couple were married
Horoscope and natal chart of Elizabeth Báthory, born on 1560/08/07: you will find in this page an excerpt of the astrological portrait and the interpration of the planetary dominants Elizabeth Bathory was born to a powerful Hungarian Protestant family. Jan 1, 1574. Gave birth to first daughter Anastasia She fell pregnant to a peasant lover and so gave away her daughter at birth because she was ashamed to have a child with a peasant. Mar 9.
It is widely believed that Bram Stoker was inspired by Elizabeth Báthory as well as Vlad the Impaler when he wrote Dracula in 1897. Elizabeth was born in Nyírbátor, Hungary in August 1560. Her parents, George and Anna, were part of the Hungarian nobility and her uncle Stephen was King of Poland and Prince of Transylvania 1560: Elizabeth Bathory is born into one of the oldest and wealthiest families in Transylvania. Her family had many powerful relatives -- a cardinal, princes, and a cousin who was prime minister of Hungary are among these relatives. The most famous relative was Istvan (ISHT-vahn) Bathory (1533-86)
Elizabeth Báthory. Countess Elizabeth Báthory de Ecsed ( 7 August 1560 - 21 August 1614) was a Hungarian noblewoman and serial killer from the Báthory family of nobility in the Kingdom of Hungary, who owned land in the Kingdom of Hungary (now Hungary and Slovakia) and Transylvania (now Romania), which were areas of Habsburg monarchy. She has been labelled by Guinness World Records as the. Grevinde Elizabeth Báthory (Báthory Erzsébet på ungarsk; Alžbeta Bátoriová(-Nádasdy) på slovakisk; Elżbieta Batory på polsk) (7. august 1560 - 21. august 1614) var en ungarsk grevinde fra den berømte Báthory-slægt.Hun er den mest berygtede seriemorder i ungarsk og slovakisk historie og huskes som Blodgrevinden fra Čachtice, efter sit slot nær Trenčín, nu i Slovakiet, hvor.
Elizabeth Báthory. AKA Erzsébet Báthory. Hungary's infamous Bloody Lady. Birthplace: Ecsed Castle, Nyírbátor, Hungary Location of death: Csejte, Hungary Cause of death: unsp. Elizabeth Báthory was a member of the ancient Bathory family whose prestige at one time almost rivaled that of the Hungarian Royal Family. Her uncle, Stephen Báthory, was. Kamelot: utwory Elizabeth I. Mirror Mirror, Elizabeth II. Requiem For The Innocent, Elizabeth III. Fall From Grace Marduk: utwór Woman of Dark Desire (cover zespołu Bathory) Menhir: utwór Woman of Dark Desire (cover zespołu Bathory zamieszczony na albumie Thuringia) Sunn O))): utwór Báthory Erzsébe
Elizabeth Báthory (1560 - 1614 AD) was a countess from the renowned Báthory family of nobility in the Kingdom of Hungary and cousin of the Hungarian noble Stefan Báthory, King of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and Duke of Transylvania. She was born on a family estate in Nyírbátor, Hungary, and spent her childhood at Ecsed Castle Elizabeth Bathory - The 'Blood Countess' She is one of the earliest serial killers in recorded history - the original sado-masochistic femme fatal. She stands out as a shocking lesson in just how dangerous a sadistic, demented powerful woman can be. The passing of the centuries has left us with an incomplete picture of the true nature of her crimes Elizabeth Báthory was a Hungarian noblewoman who was believed to be born between 1560 and 1561 in the Kingdom of Hungary. She was a sickly child, suffering from epilepsy for most of her life. A treatment back then was to rub the blood of a non-sufferer of the ailment onto the lips of a sufferer in order to help Elizabeth Bathory was born into a prominent Transylvanian family that possessed countless properties throughout Hungary, making them the richest landowners in the Kingdom. The Ecsed Castle in Nyirbator, where Elizabeth spent her childhood
Elizabeth Bathory (Erzebet Bathory) was born in August 1560 into one of the grandest Hungarian families. Owing to defeat at the hands of the Turks forty years earlier, Hungary had been absorbed into the Ottoman and Habsburg Empires. Nevertheless, Hungarian Transylvania clung on to independence,. Dissection is a black/death metal band from Stromstad, Sweden. The band was formed in 1989 by Jon Nodtveidt and disbanded in 2006 after Nodveidt's suicide. L.. Elizabeth Báthory, born on August 7th, 1560, was a noble Hungarian woman. She reigned over the Kingdom of Hungary that now is part of Hungary, Slovakia, and Romania . When young, the countess suffered from many seizures that led historians to understand those were probably from epilepsy and possibly transmitted from inbreeding from her direct parents Death of Countess Elizabeth Bathory. A vicious killer died on 21 August 1614. Born in 1560, she was endowed with looks, wealth, an excellent education and a stellar social position as one of the Bathory family, who ruled Transylvania as a virtually independent principality within the kingdom of Hungary