Sport in the age of Henry VIII: Falconry and Hunting
Henry VIII was a great sports enthusiast and a highly accomplished athlete. The first of two fascinating events explores the world of hunting and hawking, both considered of great moral value among the nobility. With Emma Griffin, Lecturer in British History and author of Blood Sport: A History of Hunting in Britain and the birds and experts of Raphael Falconry.
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To be held in the Conference Centre of the British Library.
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