Beter één vogel in de hand... Vogelvangst, valkerij en eieren zoeken in ambacht, cultuurhistorie,

Author: Ignaz Matthey - author of two chapters on falconry history in this book

Year of Publication: 2008


Pages: 224

Language: Dutch

ISBN: 978 90 5011 2635

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Beter één vogel in de hand... Vogelvangst, valkerij en eieren zoeken in ambacht, cultuurhistorie, natuurbescherming en wetenschap Redactie J.T. Lumeij, D.A. Jonkers & J.J.H.G.D. Karelse 2008. KNNV Uitgeverij, Zeist. ISBN 978 90 5011 2635. 224 pagina's, harde kaft. Prijs € 34,95.


Review of the book in Dutch -

Information from Frits Klein - The second chapter about symbolism of falcons and falconry in the Dutch visual arts during the 16th and 17th century by Ignaz Matthey, author of many historical and cultural books. He wrote two chapters for the book 'Beter één Vogel in de
Hand...' Zeist 2008, which covers subjects like falconry, cultural history, conservation and others.

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