Falconry with a hawk by steppe nomads - sketch by László Gyula (1910-1998)

Date Created: 16 January 2019

Author: László Gyula (1910-1998), Hungarian historian, artist, archeologist and teacher

Source: The Internet

Owner: FB - Asian and African Falconers Federation, Jan Gaskin

Link to: Website

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Sketch from work by László Gyula (1910-1998) "Acquiring homeland by the Hungarians in the Carpathians and on the Danube River at rthe end of IXth century".

With many thanks to Jan Gaskin and Bakhyt Karnakbayev.

 

 

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