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    During the medieval time period there was a lot going on. One of the things that they did was hunting. Hunting was a thing that most people loved to do. There were laws saying what they could hunt, when they could hunt, and what they could hunt with. Most of these hunters used dogs they had trained. The laws were very strict. If peasants were accused of poaching they were liable for hanging, castration, blinding or being sewn into a deerskin and then hunting down by ferocious dogs. They used their

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    It is said the only proper way to kill a “witch” is death by fire. This has been the stance for hundreds of years, and during this era, an uncountable number of people were put to death by this same notion. Nevertheless, was it fair? Did they truly have a fair trial or was it used to eliminate innocent people for some kind of gain? Pope Innocent VIII (1484), Johannes Nider (1437), and an excerpt from Malleus Maleficarum (Hammer of the Witches, 1486), elaborates on stories of witchcraft, signs of

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    calls that sleeping in. So why not go hunting if you wake up early. My dad has always kept me and my brother outdoors. My dad has been in a hunting club since he was about thirty years old and the same hunting club that he hunts in today he was in when he was thirty. I have followed his same footsteps, I can remember waking up early for hunting and getting in my dad’s ranger to head down to the hunting club and we would be the first people there. The hunting we did is a little different than what

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    misconception about hunting. These people feel that hunters just kill the animals for fun and for sport. There are some people who do hunt for sport but a majority of hunters hunt for food. What the skeptics don’t know about hunters is that we treat the animals with moral values. We respect the animals and never allow any of the body parts to go to waste. There are also many ways we have evolved in the ways of hunting from back in the middle ages to today. The future of hunting is questionable; will

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    will always remember exactly what happened that day, that is to say, it was a very special day in my life. With hunting being a really important activity we do in our family, if we have any free time we are at the hunting lease. As a family we get ready for the season by working on the lease. I grew up loving to hunt and fish because of my family. I love when we go to our hunting lease, because it is like our little family getaways. We get to spend time with each other and just hangout and relax

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    day. It was special because it meant I was old enough to go hunting. When fall hit I was so excited I thought I was going to explode. The first time that I sat out in the woods, a new obsession of mine was created. I loved seeing all the wildlife, and overall beauty of nature. From the beginning I wanted to learn more about Whitetail hunting, and know why they deer did what they did. I was fascinated with the lifestyle that surrounded hunting itself. If you were to ask hunters compared to non-hunters

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    The Deer Dance, sometimes referred to as La Danza del Venado, originated in Sonora, Mexico by the Yaqui people and spread into southwestern part of Arizona. As with all the Yaqui’s dances, this is dance represents part of Yaqui’s culture and has been passed down through the generations. Unlike many dances that have been influenced by Europeans, the Deer Dance performed today is basically the same dance as it was centuries ago because the Yaqui people, during the Spanish conquest of Mexico, fought

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    I have been hunting deer since I was sixteen. So I haven’t done it very long but I have learned a lot from it. Patience is key when I sit out there for hours on end in the -10 degree whether. Making that perfect shot with the nervous shaking and my numb fingers. Gutting the deer without disturbing the meat. Finally, grinding the meat and putting it on the table at home. It takes a strong mental mindset to be able to sit in the cold for hours. I have sat in my stand thirty feet in the air many times

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    knights lived by using falconry methods for hunting. There were many ways that the knights used falcons to hunt and also use the for war in the Middle ages. Falconry was a ancient sport of hunting in the Middle ages such as Hawks and even Eagles. Many people wonder how falcons were trained to hunt. Most falcons were trained by a licensed Falconer that they used a course that the falcons had to pass in order to become a licensed falcon. Falconry, knights and hunting are all similar because, the knights use

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    The main reason for hunting was not the display of nobility, but the thrill of the hunt, the danger it presents, the exhilaration of the kill. To add to the challenge nobles often would use inconvenient methods. Such as killing a bore with a knife, or charging a bear while on horseback. The medieval style of hunting dates back to the ancient Assyrian kings, who commanded their soldiers to encircle a lion within a wall of shields. The king or champion would ride into the middle and attempt to vanquish

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