October calendar scene from Cotton Tiberius B.V Part 1. Falconry, horse riding, ducks in the pond.
Editha von Vietinghoff with her husband Arnold and a bird

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The "Mosaico do Cavaleiro" found in Mertola, Portugal (6th-7th centuries)

The "Mosaico do Cavaleiro" found in Mertola, Portugal (6th-7th centuries)

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The 'Kerdeston Hawking Book': a collection of treatises on hawking. c 1430-1445

The 'Kerdeston Hawking Book': a collection of treatises on hawking. c 1430-1445

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The Adoration of the Magi detail of journey to Jerusalem, 1423 tempera on panel detail of 29414

The Adoration of the Magi detail of journey to Jerusalem, 1423 tempera on panel detail of 29414

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The American Hood 18986-1986

The American Hood 18986-1986

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The Anatoly Silantiev Memorial Readings, April 4-5, 2018 in St.-Petersburg

The Anatoly Silantiev Memorial Readings, April 4-5, 2018 in St.-Petersburg

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The Arab Falconer by British artist John Berry (1920-2010)

The Arab Falconer by British artist John Berry (1920-2010)

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The Arab Falconer by Jules Edmond Masson (French, 1871–1932)

The Arab Falconer by Jules Edmond Masson (French, 1871–1932)

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The Arab Falconer with Saker Falcon

The Arab Falconer with Saker Falcon

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The Arab Falconer with the Saker Falcon.

The Arab Falconer with the Saker Falcon.

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The Arabian Horse History, Mystery and Magic by Hossein Amirzadeghi

The Arabian Horse History, Mystery and Magic by Hossein Amirzadeghi

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