Difference between revisions of "12th Century animals"

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==[[dog]]s==
 
==[[dog]]s==
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*setter (old french brachet) - let loos eat the end of a chase to corner the tired beast.
*setter
 
*bloodhound - [[hunting]] dog, flushes out and chases down the prey
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*bloodhound (old french lemmier/lamier) - [[hunting]] dog, flushes out and chases down the prey, or tracks it.eg In [[Guingamor]] the huntsmen take thebloodhound with them to track a boar. When they track it to a thicket they "led the bloodhound forwards and let it bark. By force they drove the boar from the thicket"
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*greyhound
 
*greyhound
 
**[[http://www.askaboutireland.ie/show_narrative_page.do?page_id=2858 dog collar]] from c1150 Ireland
 
**[[http://www.askaboutireland.ie/show_narrative_page.do?page_id=2858 dog collar]] from c1150 Ireland
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*pack of other dogs- that aren't setters or bloodhounds. Chase the prey after the bloodhound has found it, in oder to tire it out. A noble might keep several packs, leashed at the start of a hunt, and unleash a fresh pack when the first pack tired from chasing the prey. Known for yelping or barking as they chase, which enables the nobles to follw the chase.
   
 
==farm animals==
 
==farm animals==

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