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

Frederick Second of Hohenstaufen

Verlag: Stanford University Press, 1943
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Inhaltsangabe: De Arte Venandi cum Avibus was written shortly before the year 1250 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. In spite of its title, it is far more than a dissertation on hunting. There is a lengthy introduction dealing with the anatomy of birds, an intensely interesting description of avian habits, and the excursions of migratory birds. Indeed, this ancient book has long been recognized as the first zoological treatise written in the critical spirit of modern science. The sumptuous volume now in hand is, however, the first translation into English of the complete text, originally divided into a prologue and size books. Together, the translators and editors, have at last made available this classic work and have adorned it with notes, comments, bibliographies, and glossary. They have produced a work of great value to zoologists?especially the ornithologist?and also to everyone interested in the history of science and in medieval art and letters.

Klappentext: Together, the translators and editors have at last made available this classic work and have adorned it with notes, comments, bibliographies, and glossary. They have produced a monograph of great value to zoologists-especially the ornithologist-and also to every one interested in the history of science and in medieval art and letters.

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Frederick II; Casey A. Wood (trans., ed.); F. Marjorie Fyfe (trans., ed.)
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Buchbeschreibung Stanford University Press, Stanford, CA, 1969. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Fine. Reprint. 637pp. Quarto [28.5 cm] in dark green buckram with decorative gilt-stamped spine, no jacket. Jacket flaps clipped and laid in, along with newspaper clipping which has left shadows on front free endpapers, else As New. B&W photographs and illustrations. From the jacket: "De Art Venandi cum Avibus was written shortly before the year 1250 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. In spite of its title, it is far more than a dissertation on hunting. There is a lengthy introduction dealing with the anatomy of birds, and intensely interesting description of avian habits, and the excursions of migratory birds. Indeed, this ancient book has long been recognized as the first zoological treatise written in the critical spirit of modern science.". Buchnummer des Verkäufers 49723

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Buchbeschreibung Stanford University Press. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Good. 0804703744 Bumped and creased book with tears to the extremities, but not affecting the text block and a remainder mark to one edge - Good. Buchnummer des Verkäufers Z0804703744Z3

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Buchbeschreibung Stanford University Press, 1955. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Used; Good. Ships from the UK within 24 hours. Dust Jacket torn. Fade marks to cover. Buchnummer des Verkäufers BBI1976012

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Buchbeschreibung Stanford Univ Press, Stanford, CA, 1981. Hard Cover. Buchzustand: Fine. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Very Good +. cx, 637 pp. Dustjacket: two tiny closed tears, one tiny smudge on rear flap edge Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 590003

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Buchbeschreibung Stanford University Press. Stanford, California. (1943) 1961 reprint. Large 4to (220 x 286mm). Ppcx,637. Colour frontispiece, photographs, illustrations. Green cloth, spine profusely decorated and titled in gilt. Good-plus in stained and slightly frayed dust-wrapper. "De Arte Venandi cum Avibus was written shortly before the year 1250 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. [This book] is far more than a dissertation on hunting. There is a lengthy introduction dealing with the anatomy of birds, an intensely interesting description of avian habits, and the excursions of migratory birds. .This ancient book has long been recognised as the first zoological treatise written in the critical spirit of modern science." In addition to a well-informed translation of the original text (415pp), Wood and Fyfe have added much useful new material; a thirty-five page introductory essay; twenty-two pages on manuscripts and previous editions of this book; thirty-eight pages on the castles and hunting lodges of emperor Frederick II by Cresswell Shearer. 214 pages of appended material include articles on methods of capturing falcons, diseases and accidents to hawks, Frederick II's predecessors, birds of the chase and others familiar to the emperor, an annotated bibliography of ancient, medieval and modern falconry, as well as English-Latin, Latin-English glossary of ancient, medieval and modern falconry. Many photographs and illustrations of all descriptions. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 11901

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Buchbeschreibung Stanford University Press. Stanford, California. (1943) 1969 reprint. Large 4to (220 x 286mm). Ppcx,637. Colour frontispiece, photographs, illustrations. Green cloth, spine profusely decorated and titled in gilt. Very good. Two tears to fold of front flap of clean dust-wrapper. "De Arte Venandi cum Avibus was written shortly before the year 1250 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. [This book] is far more than a dissertation on hunting. There is a lengthy introduction dealing with the anatomy of birds, an intensely interesting description of avian habits, and the excursions of migratory birds. .This ancient book has long been recognised as the first zoological treatise written in the critical spirit of modern science." In addition to a well-informed translation of the original text (415pp), Wood and Fyfe have added much useful new material; a thirty-five page introductory essay; twenty-two pages on manuscripts and previous editions of this book; thirty-eight pages on the castles and hunting lodges of emperor Frederick II by Cresswell Shearer. 214 pages of appended material include articles on methods of capturing falcons, diseases and accidents to hawks, Frederick II's predecessors, birds of the chase and others familiar to the emperor, an annotated bibliography of ancient, medieval and modern falconry, as well as English-Latin, Latin-English glossary of ancient, medieval and modern falconry. Many photographs and illustrations of all descriptions. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 11355

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