The use of Sparrowhawks in Medieval hawking from AD c. 1050-1550

Principal investigator: Katherine Stubbs
Level: Undergraduate

I am currently writing an undergratuate dssertation on the use of Sparrowhawks in Medieval hawking from AD c. 1050-1550, with an osteobiography of raptors at Faccombe Netherton, Hampshire. I wish to have researcher access to look at the specific finds locations of hawking-related material culture to assess trends such as rural/urbaan, elite or domestic, and compare this data with zooarchaeological data from faunal assemblages. This project is due in May 2021 so I would need access until this point.

Referee: Prof. Naomi Sykes (University of Exeter)

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