The art of falconry, being the De arte venandi cum avibus of Frederick II of Hohenstaufen;

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor, 1194-1250.
Other Authors: Wood, Casey A. 1856-1942., Fyfe, F. Marjorie
Format: Book
Published: Stanford University, Calif., London, Stanford University Press; H. Milford, Oxford University Press [1943]
Table of Contents:
  • Foreword, by R. L. Wilbur
  • Translators' introduction
  • Manuscripts and editions of the De arte venandi cum avibus
  • The castles and hunting lodges of Emperor Frederick II, by Cresswell Shearer
  • The art of falconry, by Frederick II
  • Appended material
  • Favorite birds of the chase probably well known to the emperor
  • Annotated roster of birds that are mentioned, depicted by, and were probably familiar to Emperor Frederick II
  • An annotated bibliography of ancient, medieval, and modern falconry (p.[557]-609)--Glossary and index.