Written by Frans Stylegar at Hvergelmir International. Hawking as an aristocratic and royal hunting technique is an established fact in the Viking Age. But direct archaeological evidence for hawking are relatively scarce, not least in Scandinavia. A number of small copper alloy bells found in both graves and settlement contexts might provide a clue, however. In Scandinavian contexts, iron bells of various types are known … Continue a ler Hawking/Falconery In Viking age Scandinavia.