The art of falconry, being the De arte venandi cum avibus of Frederick II of Hohenstaufen.
Stanford University Press, Stanford, Calif., 1943.
cx, 637 p., plates, ports, maps, plans, facsims., geneal. tables, col. front., col. pl., port., 29 cm.
Notes: Includes index. Contents: Foreword, by R. L. Wilbur.-- Translators' introduction.--Manuscripts and editions of the De arte venandi cum avibus.--The castles and hunting lodges of Emperor Frederick II, by Cresswell Shearer.--The art of falconry, by Frederick II.--Appended material.--Favorite birds of the chase probably well kmown to the emperor.--Annotated roster of birds that are mentioned, depicted by, and were probably familiar to Emperor Frederick II.--An annotated bibliography of ancient, medieval, and modern falconry (p. -609)--Glossary and index.