Count Guy and his men leave with their captive Harold. Guy is shown in this scene carrying a hawk with Harold riding out in front also carrying a hawk. The sport of falconry was referred to as ‘hawking’ and dates back over 2500 years. It was not until the Normans introduced the term ‘faulconnerie’ that it became known as falconry. A social ranking existed for falconry. You were not allowed to own a falcon above your station in life. Emperor, The Eagle. King, The Gyr Falcon. Prince, The Peregrine Falcon. Duke, The Rock Falcon. Earl, The Tiercel Peregrine. Count Guy and his men make their way to his castle in Beaurain.