Hunting scene story
I admit to some small
- f. 75v - the bird looks more like a dead duck than a hawk. The beak is more hawklike than the other ducks shown, so I can accept this one with a bit of squinting
- The ladies at the beginning have their hair covered, but the later ones don't. Why? A simplistic interpretation could be that it was meant to show them loking 'immoral' or even more 'manly'? Their dress seems definitely female so not at all sure what, if any, significance their uncovered heads may have.
- What's with heads on poles? Both the boar and the deer heads are held aloft - just standard trophy taking?