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Artefacts By Species (1921 to 1940 of 2858)

Artefact Falconry - Picture by Oleg Sergeevich Maslov Original Drawing
Artefact Arab Imagery on Early Umayyad Coins in Syria and Palestine: Evidence for Falconry Discussion on the images displayed on the coins
Artefact Hunting with Golden Eagles from T.E.Gordon's Roof of the World, 1876 Original Drawing
Artefact Kazakh coin at 100 tenge issued in 1995 Photograph of the coin
Artefact In the Middle Asia. Exit for falconry Original drawing
Artefact In steppe. The rest of Kirghizes after hunt Original Drawing
Artefact Garment called man's corset Original Drawing
Artefact Wooden sculpture of man and woman falconers Colour Photograph
Artefact Women conversing, man with bird, 12th century Original Drawing
Artefact Tunic line with ermine Original Artwork
Artefact With a Bird on a Hand - exhibition at Far-Eastern University An exhibition devoted to the International Birds
Artefact Hawking at the Great Wall By Arthur Adams in "The Zoologist", 1861, edited by Jakob E. Borch
Artefact French Falconer's ring, 16th century Photograph of the Ring
Artefact Animal cosmos with Golden Eagle. Everland zoological garden in South Korea Colour Photograph
Artefact A trained mature Siberian goshawk with an austringer in South Korea Colour Photograph
Artefact Falconer: red hose, violet-black doublet, brown slashed sleeves, green boots w. gray reveres, black Image
Factsheet The FHT Board Meeting in May 2005 in the United Kingdom The FHT Board Meeting in May 2005 in the United Kingdom
Book The Hamond Letters About hundred letters between the Netherlands and Great Britain with interesting and valuable pieces on falconry
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 Birds of Prey and the Sport of Falconry in Italian Literature through the Fourteenth Century: from S Birds of Prey and the Sport of Falconry in Italian Literature through the Fourteenth Century: from Serving Love to Served for Dinner.