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Art of Falconry; Being the De Arte Venandi cum Avibus of Frederick II of Hohenstaufen

by Frederick Second of Hohenstaufen

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Published by Stanford University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Europe,
  • Active outdoor pursuits,
  • European history (ie other than Britain & Ireland),
  • Field Sports,
  • Sports & Recreation / Field Sports,
  • Sports & Recreation

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsCasey A. Wood (Translator), F. Marjorie Fyfe (Translator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages748
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7928467M
    ISBN 100804703744
    ISBN 109780804703741

    Emperor Frederick II’s Falcon Book. One of the most important textbooks about falconry and ornithology of the middle ages was composed by Emperor Frederick II. The manuscript with the Latin title “De arte vanandi cum avibus” was written by Frederick II with comments from his son Manfred between and Human uses of birds have included both economic uses such as food and symbolic uses such as art, music and religion, for thousands of years.. In terms of economic uses, birds have been hunted for food since Palaeolithic times. They have been captured and bred as poultry to provide meat and eggs since at least the time of ancient Egypt. Some species have been used, too, to help locate or to.

    The Art of Falconry, being the De Arte Venandi cum Avibus of Frederick II of Hohenstaufen Hardcover – January 1, by Ed. Frederick II of Hohenstaufen. Wood, Casey A., & Fyfe, F. Marjorie (Author)Author: Ed. Frederick II of Hohenstaufen. Wood, Casey A., & Fyfe, F. Marjorie.   Sometimes you see something interesting that leads you down a path of research that you didn't intend. This totally happened today and I ended up googling De Arte Venandi Cum Avibus (On The Art of Hunting with Birds), a medieval treatise on ornithology and n in the s by Frederick II of Sicily, it now exists in two forms as the original was lost in during the siege of .

    De Arte Venandi cum Avibus, literally On The Art of Hunting with Birds, is a Latin treatise on ornithology and falconry written in the s by the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II. One of the surviving manuscripts is dedicated to his son Manfred. Get this from a library! The art of falconry: being the De arte venandi cum avibus of Frederick II of Hohenstaufen. [Frederick, Holy Roman Emperor; Casey A Wood, ; F Marjorie Fyfe; Frederik, af Hohenstaufen].


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The art of falconry: being the De arte venandi cum avibus of Frederick II of Hohenstaufen / trans. and ed. by C.A. Wood & F.M. Fyfe Stanford U.P Stanford University, Calif. The Art of Falconry, being the De Arte Venandi cum Avibus of Frederick II of Hohenstaufen, translated and edited by Casey A Wood and F Marjorie Fyfe FREDERICK II of HOHENSTAUFEN - Published by Stanford University Press ().

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In spite of its title, it is far more than a dissertation on hunting. Book of the Divine Augustus Frederick II Emperor of the Romans, King of Jerusalem and Sicily, The Art of Hunting with Birds. Wood and Fyfe Translation, The Art of Falconryp 4. Further, there is no doubt that Frederick is the author of de Arte Venandi cum Avibus – the Art of Hunting with Birds.

Being the De Arte Venandi Cum Avibus of Frederick II of Hohenstaufen. Author: Frederick II of Hohenstaufen,Casey Albert Wood,John Chodes,Florence Marjorie Fyfe; Publisher: N.A ISBN: Category: Nature Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This book was first written in Latin in by Frederick II of Hohenstaufen, Holy Roman Emperor ().

The art of falconry: being the de arte venandi cum avibus of Frederick II of Hohenstaufen. 24 EmpEror FrEdErick ii oF HoHEnstauFEn EmpEror FrEdErick ii oF HoHEnstauFEn 25 His thorough review was necessary because as stated in the Author’s Preface to Book II, “a work of this kind in its very nature involves a study of waterfowl, neutral birds, and land birds, raptores as well as.The art of falconry: being the De arte venandi cum avibus of Frederick II of Hohenstaufen.De Arte Venandi cum Avibus was written shortly before the year by Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor, King of Sicily and Jerusalem, in whose court, with its remarkably cosmopolitan and highly intellectual life, may be found the real beginning of the Italian Renaissance.

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