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    Found, Dracula's balls!

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    Archaeologists in Bulgaria have found a treasure trove of artifacts in a ruined castle that Vlad occupied in 1461 while battling the Ottoman Turks.
    Among the cache are small balls fired from a crude cannon, the culverin, that was used effectively in the battle.
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    Pretty cool, eh?
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    He put them in this....


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    Solve all your doubts through question mode.

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    I’ve been to one of the castles associated with Vlad.

    The one -


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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry Krinkle View Post
    He put them in this....


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    He must have been pretty lonely to resort to that.
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