Following on from last week's Claire Chats video on falconry or hawking in the medieval and Tudor periods, I thought that I'd take a look at a pastime enjoyed by the upper classes, that of hunting.
What did the Tudors hunt? How did they hunt? I explain more about it in this talk.
- Bibliography of books on hunting - https://www.arlima.net/ad/chasse.html
- Medieval Hunting, Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medieval_hunting
- Medieval Life and Times website - http://www.medieval-life-and-times.info/medieval-life/medieval-hunting-history.htm
- The master of game: the oldest English book on hunting by Edward, of Norwich, 1373?-1415 - https://archive.org/details/masterofgameolde00edwa
- Gaston Phoebus: Le Livre de la Chasse - https://web.archive.org/web/20110727115341/http://medieval.library.nd.edu/facsimiles/daylife/chasse.html
- Medieval Hunting by Richard Almond
- The Art of Medieval Hunting: The Hound and the Hawk by John Cummins
- The Hunt - https://themedievalhunt.com/2016/09/15/the-hunt/
- Boar Hunting Weapons of the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance - http://muckley.us/Boar%20Hunting%20Weapons%20of%20the%20Middle%20Agres%20and%20Renaissance.pdf
- ILLUMINATING THE MEDIEVAL HUNT - The Morgan Library and Museum - https://www.themorgan.org/sites/default/files/pdf/press/MedievalHuntChecklist.pdf
- Masculinity and the Hunt: Wyatt to Spenser by Catherine Bates
- Beastly London: A History of Animals in the City by Hannah Velten
- Henry VIII: King and Court by Alison Weir