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Book An article by Hauptmann a.D.A.Schinzinger which appeared in Mitteilungen der Deurschen Gesellschaft fur natur-und Volkerkunde Ostasiens, Band X, Teil 3, 1906 (Tokyo)
Artefact AN AUSTRIAN COLD-PAINTED BRONZE FIGURE OF A FALCONER AN AUSTRIAN COLD-PAINTED BRONZE FIGURE OF A FALCONER
Artefact An elegant hawking party by LOO Charles André, (Carle Vanloo), 1705-1765 (France) An elegant hawking party by Charles André, (Carle Vanloo), 1705-1765 (France)
Link An Elegant Hawking Party Resting in a Park by Jan Josef Horemans
Artefact AN ELEGANT HAWKING PARTY SETTING OFF FROM A COUNTRY HOUSE AN ELEGANT HAWKING PARTY SETTING OFF FROM A COUNTRY HOUSE by GAAL Barend (Barent)
Artefact An elegant hawking party signed 'Gerrit. BerckHeyde' (lower left) (1638-1698) An elegant hawking party signed 'Gerrit. BerckHeyde' (lower left) (1638-1698)
Link An Elegant Lady Dressed As A Cossack And Holding A Hunting Falcon by Savely Sorine (1878-1953)
Artefact AN EQUESTRIAN PORTRAIT OF THE EMPEROR AKBAR HAWKING AN EQUESTRIAN PORTRAIT OF THE EMPEROR AKBAR HAWKING
Artefact An extensive landscape with falconers and dogs on a path after Jan Wijnants An extensive landscape with falconers and dogs on a path after Jan Wijnants
Link An extensive mountainous river landscape with horsemen and figures returning from the falconry by Ja
Artefact An extensive wooded landscape with a falconer by Isaak van Oosten (1613-1661) An extensive wooded landscape with a falconer by Isaak van Oosten (1613-1661)
Artefact An image from the book "Feathers to Brush" The Victorian Bird Artist John Gerrard Keulemans, 1842 - An image from the book "Feathers to Brush" The Victorian Bird Artist John Gerrard Keulemans, 1842 - 1912.
Artefact An Italian figure of a boy falconer carved in lime wood An Italian figure of a boy falconer carved in lime wood
Artefact An ivory okimono representing a hunter falconer, Japan, late XIXth century, height. 10,5cm An ivory okimono representing a hunter falconer, Japan, late XIXth century, height 10,5cm Un okimono en ivoire représentant un chasseur fauconnier, Japon, époque fin XIXème, haut. 10,5cm, poids :
Artefact An old form of Welsh Hawking Club An old form of Welsh Hawking Club
Book Ancient Bulgarian Bird Names by Dimitar Nankinov Ancient Bulgarian Bird Names by Dimitar Nankinov
Artefact Ancient clock "Falconer" of the 2nd half of XIX century Ancient clock "Falconer" of the 2nd half of XIX century
Artefact Ancient Egyptians were the first falconers: Mummified kestrel reveals birds of prey bred and preserv Ancient Egyptians were the first falconers: Mummified kestrel reveals birds of prey bred and preserved in huge numbers as offering to the gods Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/arti
Link Ancient Falconry by Dr.Keith Dobney
Link Ancient Falconry by Keith Dobney

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