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Artefacts - Republic of Korea (1 to 20 of 24)

Artefact Falconry, a living human heritage - The Living Tradition of Falconry Falconry, a living human heritage - The Living Tradition of Falconry
Book Un-Gol-Bang. a 14th century Korean treatise on falconry. Un-Gol-Bang. a 14th century Korean treatise on falconry. This treatise even has methodes of oriental medicine for sick hawks.
Artefact 19c Korea (A part of the pictures) It was painted in the 19th century. 19c Korea (A part of the pictures) It was painted in the 19th century. At that time, the paintings of Korean Hawk were popular in Japan. In order to meet the needs of the public, a number of painting
Artefact A Falcon (Goshawk in reality) - 16th Century Korean Scroll Poster A Falcon (Goshawk in reality) - 16th Century Korean Scroll Poster
Artefact A trained mature Siberian goshawk with an austringer in South Korea Colour Photograph
Artefact Animal cosmos with Golden Eagle. Everland zoological garden in South Korea Colour Photograph
Link Ban Soon-Taek with Director of Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital Dr Margit Gabriele Muller
Artefact Comments by Huisheng Chen on 4 Chinese books on falconry in Harting's "Bibliotheca Accipitraria" Comments by Huisheng Chen on 4 Chinese books on falconry in James Edmund Harting's "Bibliotheca Accipitraria"
Link Daejeon event highlights flair of Korean falconers
Link Historical Perspectives on Falconry
Artefact Joseon Dynasty of Korea 18c / Portrait of Lee, sam Baekje Military Museum Joseon Dynasty of Korea 18c / Portrait of Lee, sam Baekje Military Museum
Artefact Korean School. Three Falconers, Early 20th Century. Ink and Color on Paper. 9-3/4 x 12-1/2 inches Korean School. Three Falconers, Early 20th Century. Ink and Color on Paper. 9-3/4 x 12-1/2 inches
Artefact Maeda Seison 1934 Japan (Recomposition of Folding screen) / National Museum of Korea Maeda Seison 1934 Japan (Recomposition of Folding screen) / National Museum of Korea
Artefact Mural painting on Korean falconry One of the pictures of falconry with horse riding on mural paintings of Go-Gu-Ryeo Dynasty in 3rd century from Jang-Chun county.
Artefact Pheasant-hawking near Kapson, Korea, 1913 Pheasant-hawking near Kapson, Korea, 1913
Artefact Post-stamps on Peregrine Falcon There is a good collection of post-stamps on the Peregrine Falcon
Book Short Introduction to Korean Falconry Article by Chang-Yong Choi "Short Introductuion to Korean Falconry"
Link The Falconer by YI CH'ONG-JUN
Artefact The only old painting that depicts a female Falconer in Korea The only old painting that depicts a female Falconer in Korea
Artefact The perched goshawks in the paintings are that have moulted in the royal palace of Josun dinasty. The perched goshawks in the paintings are that have moulted in the royal palace of Josun dinasty.