hunta

hunta, m.n: hunter. (HUN-ta / ˈhʌn-ta)

Medieval manuscript image of a king mounted on a horse with a hawk perched on his right hand; a stag is eating the grass in front of him unaware of his presence.
Smithfield Decretals; S France (Toulouse?), c. 1300-c.1340; British Library, Royal MS 10 E IV, f. 254r. [bl.uk]

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