Ancient Egyptians were the first falconers: Mummified kestrel reveals birds of prey bred and preserv

Date Created: 08 February 2016

Author: Mark Prigg

Source: The Internet

Owner: Daily Mail

Location: UK

Link to: Website

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  • Egypt
  • United Kingdom
  • Falcon
  • Article
  • Photo
  • 1st Millenium BC
  • 20th Century
  • 2nd Millenium BC
  • Breeding
  • Hunting
  • Training
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