The Hunting Book of Gaston Phebus – This book contains much of the artwork from several of the early 15th century versions of the famous Gaston Phebus (Count of Foix) hunting manuscripts. They served as hunting manuals for the gentry of Western Europe. The book also contains good descriptions of the included miniatures.
The Art of Medieval Hunting: The Hound and the Hawk – This book draws on several contemporary medieval hunting sources to deliver a fantastic explanation of the Medieval Hunt. It takes the information from the sources and translations and puts it into an understandable format for modern readers. The depth of the book is fantastic, from detailing the different breeds of hunting dogs to outlining every stage of hunting par force de chiens for the mighty Stag.
The Master of Game – A modern English translation of the first English language (Middle English) hunting book. This book was originally written by Edward of Norwich in the early 15th century. It is his English translation of Gaston Phebus’ Livre de la Chasse with five additional chapters added by Edward.
Medieval Hunting as Training for War: Insights for the Modern Swordsman – An excellent article from a 2014 issue of Acta Periodica Duellatorum by Dr. Richard Swinney and Mr. Scott Crawford on the history and application of the Medieval Hunt as it pertains to training for war.