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Book Anthropological and Ethno-Ornithological Studies of Altaic Kazakh Falconry and its Cultural sustaina Anthropological and Ethno-Ornithological Studies of Altaic Kazakh Falconry and its Cultural sustainability in Western Mongolia by Soma Takuya
Link Coin with falconer at Estonian Detectorists Forum
Link Boy with Hawk by John Farrington (1960)
Link Frida Kahlo with a hawk
Link Woman with a hawk by Munakato Shiko (1958)
Link Maharaja Suraj Mal with a hawk (LI118.89)
Book Bibliotheca Accipitraria II by John Resler Swift Bibliotheca Accipitraria II by John Resler Swift
Link SANCAI-GLAZED POTTERY FIGURE OF A FALCONER, TANG DYNASTY (618-906 A.D.)
Link A rare blue and ochre-glazed pottery falconer from Tang dynasty, 618-907 (China)
Link Bhè, chissà: forse con la formella si intendeva richiamare la "nobiltà" dello "sport" della cacci
Book Die Falkenjagd als Sanskritwissenschaft Die Falkenjagd als Sanskritwissenschaft
Book Book on falconry by Misato Ishibashi in Japanese Book on falconry by Misato Ishibashi in Japanese
Book Lidat Mingijia huishua xiyue xiangling tu - book on Chinese falconry Lidat Mingijia huishua xiyue xiangling tu
Book Lidai Mingijia huishua soushan tu - book on Chinese falconry Lidai Mingijia huishua soushan tu
Link Salme ships with remains of hawks on Saremaa discovered in 2008
Book W.Baumgart. Birds of Prey: Species problem and the theory of evolution -an eco-functional approach Birds of Prey: Species problem and the theory of evolution -an eco-functional approach
Link A Rare Blue and Ochre-Glazed Pottery Falconer Tang Dynasty
Link Statue "Le Fauconnier" by Fernand Hamar 1895 from France
Link Pinselhalter. Elfenbein. Nr 2280.
Link Ivory Pyxis, Umayyad Spain, 970 from Madinat al-Zahra