Statue of falconer and his dog in Buda Royal Palace in Budapest in Hungary

Date Created: 29 April 2016

Source: The Internet

Owner: Authorities of Budapest

Location: Buda Royal Palace in Budapest, Hungary

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In the book "All My Life with Hunting Birds" by Lorant de Bastyai (Suffolk, Neville Spearman, 1982) on page 235 there is a photo of this falconer on illustration under nr 79 with such an inscription:

Statue of the falconer and poet Galioto, who served the Hungarian King Mathias the Just, 1458-1490. It stands iun the West wing of the Royal Palace in Budapest.



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