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An Tir Hunt Guild recognized 13 JAN 2005 by TRM Skeggi and Taissia

See also: http://compendium.legiodraconis.com/

"Man-hod I am, therefore I me delyght / To hunt and hawke, to nourish up
and fede
The greyhound to the course, the hawks to th' flyght /And to bestryde a
goode and lusty stede"

May it be known to all to whom these letters come that by this Charter we make our declaration before heaven to honor and exalt the Art of the Hunt throughout the Known World. To this we bind our Honor and Talents to form the Hunt Guild.

In this we declare the Beauty of the World embodied by the graceful flying of hawks and the joyful running of our horses, hounds, and ferrets. That our Guild undertakes to advance the knowledge of the Hunt; which cause we shall strive to further by pursuing excellence in the research, care, and demonstration of the Art of the Hunt. This will include the study of Period Hunting techniques ane the care and maintenance of the Hound, Horse, and Hawk in the Noble manor, and their historical role in the Ancient, Medieval, and Renaissance world.

Sub-guilds are encouraged to register Heraldic badges for identification and livery upon the field, providing a pleasing Pageantry for the Crown and its Nobles.
The Sub-guilds of Hunt Guild that fall within the Guild's charter include:
Hunter and Huntress named as Archer, Equestrian, Spearman, Trapper, Falconer, Gunman, and any other Huntersman
Hunting Animals named as Horses, Hounds, Hawks, and Ferrets.

To this we pledge our sacred Faith and Honor unto the Crowns of Known World and unto our faithful charges and companions.

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