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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.

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The Peregrine Falcon on prey by French artist Spheyman

The Peregrine Falcon on prey by French artist Spheyman

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The Peregrine Falcon wearing an arabian hood made by Indian falconer

The Peregrine Falcon wearing an arabian hood made by Indian falconer

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THE PRINCESS AND THE FALCONER , 1909 by Henry Justice Ford (Birtish, 1860-1941)

THE PRINCESS AND THE FALCONER , 1909 by Henry Justice Ford (Birtish, 1860-1941)

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The Rani and her Goshawk Guler, C. 1780 Lahore Museum, Lahore Photo credit: William Dalrymple

The Rani and her Goshawk Guler, C. 1780 Lahore Museum, Lahore Photo credit: William Dalrymple

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The Rest of a Falconry Hunting Party near an Inn by Dirk Stoop ( b. ca. 1618 - d. ca. 1676)

The Rest of a Falconry Hunting Party near an Inn by Dirk Stoop ( b. ca. 1618 - d. ca. 1676)

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The restored statuette "Hunter with Golden Eagle" by O.M.Bogdanova made in 1952

The restored statuette "Hunter with Golden Eagle" by O.M.Bogdanova made in 1952

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The return from the hunt by French artist  Joseph Parrocel (1646-1704)

The return from the hunt by French artist Joseph Parrocel (1646-1704)

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The Revival of Falconry

The Revival of Falconry

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The Royal Hunt in Eurasian History by Thomas T.Allsen

The Royal Hunt in Eurasian History by Thomas T.Allsen

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