by Frederick Second of Hohenstaufen (Author), Casey A. Wood (Translator), F. Marjorie Fyfe (Translator) & 0 more. “The publication of De Arte Venandi will now be greeted with unstinted enthusiasm by medievalists, historians of science, and practicing falconers. For bringing back to. De arte venandi cum avibus or “The Art of Hunting with Birds”, Vatican, MS. Pal. Lat. , is a Latin treatise on ornithology and falconry written. DE ARTE VENANDI CUM AVIBUS’. RUDOLF K. JANSEN. Students and connoisseurs of Medieval German Literature hav over the past century, advanced an.
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Of the Taming of Falcons on Foot and on Horse back.
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Of the Wings of Birds. Frederick II of Hohenstaufen. Of the Brooding Season. Rainer Weirauch rated it liked it Nov 21, Casey Albert Wood Translation. Views View Edit History. It also includes figures of Frederick in a Byzantine pose and another, possibly of Manfred. Return to Book Page.
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It is a scientific book, approaching the subject from Aristotle, whom he likes to contradict. In spite of its title, it is Of the Toes and Feet.
Of the Seeling of Falcons.