There are many books and academic articles on foresters, forest law, hunting, and related topics. Here is a small selection to get you started.
- The Royal Forests of Medieval England by Charles R. Young
- The Master of Game by Edward of Norwich
- The Hunting Book by Gaston Phebus
For those interested in cultures and time periods apart from Medieval Europe consider books from various cultures that discuss hunting and similar topics. On Horsemanship, The Duties of a Hipparch, and On Hunting by Xenophon is one such example. There are likely similar books or articles suitable for your chosen persona.
Whether your aim is persona development or if you are pursuing a subject for your master work, Academia.edu has a decent number of relevant research papers to peruse. Here are a few choice titles to get you started:
- Taming the Wilderness: The Exploration of Anglo-Norman Kingship in the Vie de Saint Gilles
- On the origins of Forests: a Conqueror’s Legacy?
- A History of Deer Management in Ireland With Special Reference to the Glenarm Deer Parks
- The Last Week of the Life of Edward the Black Prince
- Robin Hood and the Social Context of Late Medieval Archery
- A History of Narbeth Forest
- Deer and Identity in Medieval Ireland
- Parks in Medieval England
- Was Forest Law Disadvantageous for Forest Tenants when Compared with Common Law
- Forests and Chases of Medieval England and Wales
- The Royal Forests of Medieval England