Falcon - National Bird of Mongolia (2014)
This scene is after Harold has brought the falcon to William who is shown holding the hawk.

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Twelve bronze falcons - an exhibit in Tokyo in 2018

Twelve bronze falcons - an exhibit in Tokyo in 2018

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Two binding plates Attributes to Muhammad Iran, circa 1560 – 1588

Two binding plates Attributes to Muhammad Iran, circa 1560 – 1588

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Two eagles against one wolf

Two eagles against one wolf

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Two equestrian scenes by Austrian artist August Querfurt (1698-1761)

Two equestrian scenes by Austrian artist August Querfurt (1698-1761)

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Two falconers from Russia in Chimkent in Kazakhstan in December 1990

Two falconers from Russia in Chimkent in Kazakhstan in December 1990

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Two Falconers In A Tower Used As An Inn, Print Maker Jan is a drawing by Jan Van De Velde Ii

Two Falconers In A Tower Used As An Inn, Print Maker Jan is a drawing by Jan Van De Velde Ii

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Two falconers with a dog in front of Palace  Château de Beauregard - water colour

Two falconers with a dog in front of Palace Château de Beauregard - water colour

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Two falconry monuments in Almaty, Kazakhstan

Two falconry monuments in Almaty, Kazakhstan

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Two falcons - sketch by German artist Joseph Wolf (1820-1899)

Two falcons - sketch by German artist Joseph Wolf (1820-1899)

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Two friends in Moscow Zoo in 1949

Two friends in Moscow Zoo in 1949

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