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Artefacts - Unidentified Bird of Prey (141 to 160 of 286)

Artefact Mirror case: chess game The mirror case depicting a chess game in the Louvre is the perfect quintessence of french courtly art around 1300
Artefact Handmade Tapestry from Kris Ulens Belgian falconer Mr. Kris Ulen is an owner of handmade tapestry of original size
Artefact Courtly Love Mirror Case Two young people, dressed in the fashion of the early 14th century, are riding slowly through a forest. The hawk and the dogs indicate they are setting off to hunt. With a bold gesture, the lover puts
Artefact Japanese glove Contemporary Japanese glove
Artefact Japanese hawk food basket (Kuchi-kago) A basket made from woven rattan, the Kuchi-kago is traditionally used to hold hawk food and is attached to the falconer's belt by means of the toggle
Artefact Wooden sculpture of man and woman falconers Colour Photograph
Artefact French Falconer's ring, 16th century Photograph of the Ring
Factsheet The FHT Board Meeting in May 2005 in the United Kingdom The FHT Board Meeting in May 2005 in the United Kingdom
Book Sokol - ptitsa tsarskaya (Falcon- Tsar's bird) In the book of Professor O.Gundogdyev it's telling about falconry in the Turkmens, on the hunting birds of prey species, religious cults, connected with imaginations of the Turkmens and their ancestor
Book Falconry Heritage is Everywhere Falconry Heritage is Everywhere
Book Abstracts in Proceedings of "Hunting in Northern Europe" Meeting The Proceedings of ther Conference “Hunting in northern Europe until 1500 AD” (Old traditions and regional developments, continental sources and continental influences) (Schleswig, June 16th and 1
Book La chasse au vol au fil des temps. 268 pp. La chasse au vol au fil des temps. 5 juin - 23 octobre 1994. Musee International de la Chassse - Gien. 1994. 268 pp.
Link Hawking. From Turberville's Book of Falconry, reproduced in Shakespeare's England.
Link Award of Arms for Arturus Falconeri
Book "Mamluks and Animals" Veterinary Medicine in Medieval Islam by Dr Housni Alkhateeb Shehada "Mamluks and Animals" Veterinary Medicine in Medieval Islam by Dr Housni Alkhateeb Shehada "Mamluks and Animals" Veterinary Medicine in Medieval Isalm by Dr Housni Alkhateeb Shehada, we would like to
Link A Falconer with Two Ladies and a Foot Soldier, c. 1500. France or Flanders, possibly Paris or Bruges
Link If you enter word asvacikitsa you will get 118 pages (images) from ancient Hindi manuscript
Link The Central Asian Falconry Project
Link Statuette of the Persian falconer. China. Height - 14,5 cm.
Link Very ancient chinese statue depicting a falconer and his raptor - Terra cotta glazed orange-brown