RI-Opac: Die Literaturdatenbank zum Mittelalter - Über 2,3 Millionen verzeichnete Werke

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Practicalities of falconry, as seen by a present-day falconer
Richter, Thomas. • S. 55-86

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Falconry as royal "delectatio": understanding the art of taming and its philosophical foundations in 12th- and 13th-century Europe
Boccassini, Daniela. • S. 367-388

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Stable isotope analysis in raptor and falconry studies
Pokrovsky, Ivan. • S. 423-430

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Confiding birds: some short remarks on the "head-with-bird-on-top-of-horse-motif" on Migration Period gold bracteates
Pesch, Alexandra. • S. 431-448

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The evidential value of falconry depictions in book illuminations, on seals, and on tapestries in middle Europe
Henkelmann, Vera. • S. 449-466

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The archaeological-archaeozoological identification of falconry - methodological remarks and some Dutch examples
Prummel, Wietske. • S. 467-477

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From Aachen in the west to Birka in the north and Mikulcice in the east - some archaeological remarks on bird of prey bones and falconry as being evidenced in premodern settlement contexts in parts of Europe (pre and post 1000 AD)
Grimm, Oliver. • S. 479-494

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Central European burials with birds of prey from the middle of the 1st millennium AD - a short survey of the early history of archaeozoology in connection with these burials
Schmölcke, Ulrich. • S. 495-506

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Falconry in the mirror of normative sources from Central Europe (5th-19th centuries)
Dusil, Stephan. • S. 507-522

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"On the dunghill": the dead hawk in medieval Latin and French moralising literature
Van den Abeele, Baudouin. • S. 523-538

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The care of hunting birds in the late Middle Ages and Renaissance according to the Spanish falconry treatises (1250-1565)
Olmos de León, Ricardo M.. • S. 539-556

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New words for new things - an overview on lexical borrowing
Nedoma, Robert. • S. 557-561

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A history of the Hungarians before the end of the ninth century: a reading
Bollók, Ádam. • S. 619-636

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The rider fibula from Xanten in western Germany (around 600 AD) with a reference to the falconry of nomadic horsemen of the Eurasian steppe
Dobiat, Claus. Grimm, Oliver [Bearb.]. • S. 637-644

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Eastern Slavic names of birds of prey - traces of contact with Turkic peoples?
Udolph, Jürgen. • S. 663-681

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Falconry and similar forms of hunting according to ancient Greco-Roman source
Hurka, Florian. • S. 685-698

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Some notes on falconry in Byzantium..
Külzer, Andreas. • S. 699-707

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A short introduction to Norway, its Viking Age (800-1000/1050) and the question of the origin of falconry in the country
Grimm, OliverStylegar, Frans-Arne. • S. 711-716

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The royal Viking Age ship grave from Gokstad in Vestfold, eastern Norway, and its link to falconry
Gansum, Terje. • S. 717-726

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Falconry, falcon-catching and the role of birds of prey in trade and as alliance gifts in Norway (800-1800 AD) with an emphasis on Norwegian and later foreign participants in falcon-catching
Lie, Ragnar Orten. • S. 727-786

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Place names from south-western Norway with reference to the catching of falcons
Saerheim, Inge. • S. 787-798

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Land of the hawk: Old Norse literary sources about the knowledge and practice of falconry...
Carstens, Lydia. • S. 799-826

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Birds of prey as evidence for falconry in Swedish burials and settlements (550-1500 A D)
Vretemark, Maria. • S. 827-840

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An overview of falconry in Northern Germanic and insular iconography, 6th/7th centuries AD to c. 1100 AD
Oehrl, Sigmund. • S. 841-860

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Imagery of birds of prey and falconry in the High and Late Middle Ages (1150-1500) in the Nordic countries - reflections of actual hunting practices or symbols of power?
Ahrland, Asa. • S. 861-886

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The roles and perceptions of raptors in Iron Age and medieval Finno-Karelian cultures through c. AD 1500
Ahola, JoonasLaakso, Ville. • S. 887-934

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The role of birds of prey in Finnish place and personal names
Leiviska, Matti. • S. 935-946

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Traces of falconry in Denmark from the 7th to the 17th centuries
Gotfredsen, Anne Birgitte. • S. 947-971

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Falconry in the Viking Age trading centre of Haithabu and its successor, the medieval town of Schleswig?
Heinrich, Dirk. Teegen, Wolf-Rüdiger [Bearb.]. • S. 973-994

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The export of gyrfalcons from Iceland during the 16th century: a boundless business in a proto-globalized world
Mehler, NataschaKüchelmann, Hans ChristianHoltermann, Bart. • S. 995-1020

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The collection of falcons and ‘hawk hens' in Shetland and Orkney, 1472-1840
Smith, BrianBallantyne, John H.. • S. 1021-1026

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Zooarchaeological evidence for falconry in England, up to AD 1500
Poole, Kristopher. • S. 1027-1054

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The pen and the peregrine: literary influences on the development of British falconry (8th century to the present)
Horobin, David. • S. 1055-1089

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The charter evidence for falconry and falcon-catching in England and Wales, c. 600-c. 1100
Lacey, Eric. • S. 1089-1116

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Hunting from the fist: looking at hawking and falconry in late medieval England (1000-1500) through art history
Almond, Richard. • S. 1117-1148

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The symbolism of birds of prey and falconry in the visual arts of the Netherlands, 1400-1800
Matthey, Ignaz. • S. 1171-1191

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Falconry on the Iberian Peninsula - its history and literature
Fradejas Rueda, José Manuel. • S. 1195-1214

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Premodern hunting with birds of prey in the historical Lithuanian lands: entertainment, politics or economic necessity?
Girininkas, AlgirdasDaugnora, Linas. • S. 1215-1228

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Birds of prey from Vendel Age ship burials of Salme (c. 750 AD) and in Estonian archaeological material
Maldre, LiinaTomek, TeresaPeets, Jüri. • S. 1229-1250

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Early falconry in Russia
Zinoviev, Andrei V.. • S. 1251-1270

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Medieval Latin and vernacular treatises on falconry (llth-16th c.): tradition, contents, and historical interest
Van den Abeele, Baudouin. • S. 1271-1289

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Chamber grave 41 from the Bockshornschanze near Quedlinburg (central Germany): evidence of the practice of falconry by women from the middle of the 1st century?
Ludowici, Babette. • S. 1293-1302

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Falconry among the Slavs of the Elbe?
Bleile, Ralf. • S. 1303-1370

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The skeletons of a peregrine and a sparrowhawk and the spatial distribution of birds of prey in the Slavonic fortification of Starigard/Oldenburg (Schleswig-Holstein, northern Germany, 7th-13th centuries)
Teegen, Wolf-Rüdiger. • S. 1371-1398

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Falconry in Poland from a zooarchaeological perspective
Bochenski, ZbigniewTomek, TeresaWertz, KrzysztofWojenka, Michal. • S. 1399-1410

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Hunting scene with hawk from Mertola in Portugal (6th/7th centuries A D )
Lopes, Virgílio. • S. 1411-1420

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A depiction of a falconer on a disc brooch of the 7th century from the cemetery of Münstermaifeld, District of Mayen-Koblenz, south-western Germany
Jost, Cliff Alexander. • S. 1421-1426

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The tomb of the Polish King Wladyslaw II Jagiello (1386-1434) and its possible connection with falconry
Chrubasik, Katharina. • S. 1427-1438

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The "De arte venandi cum avibus" of Emperor Frederick II
Giese, Martina. • S. 1459-1470

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Evidence of falconry on the European continent and in England, with an emphasis on the 5th to 9th centuries: historiography, hagiography, and letters
Giese, Martina. • S. 1471-1490

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Falconry in the history of hunting in the Poland of the Piasts and the Jagiellons (10th-16th centuries)
Samsonowicz, Agnieszka. • S. 1491-1506

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Falconry in the medieval German Tristan romances.
Obermaier, Sabine. • S. 1507-1518

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Falconry in Old French literature
Van den Abeele, Baudouin. • S. 1519-1542

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Princess of the North: perceptions of the gyrfalcon in 16th-century western Europe
De Smet, Ingrid A. R. • S. 1543-1570

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Falconry literature in Hungary in an international perspective
Kasza, Péter. • S. 1571-1582

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Germanic personal names before AD 1000 and their elements referring to birds of prey. With an emphasis upon the runic inscription in the eastern Swedish Vallentuna-Rickeby burial
Nedoma, Robert. • S. 1583-1602

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Falconry and bird catching in Germanic and Slavonic place, field and family names
Udolph, Jürgen. • S. 1603-1627

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Archaeology of the Arabian Peninsula in the late pre-Islamic and early Islamic periods (1st millennium CE): background sketch for early falconry
Yule, Paul. • S. 1691-1768

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Falconry in Arabic literature: from its beginnings to the mid- 9th century
Akasoy, Anna A.. • S. 1769-1792

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Ancient Japanese falconry from an archaeological point of view with a focus on the early period (5th to 7th centuries A D )
Kaku, Takayo. • S. 1919-1936

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Japanese books on falconry from the 13th to the 17th centuries
Nihonmatsu, Yasuko. • S. 1937-1946