Christina Henrich

Christina Henrich

Christina Henrich
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Tentorium - HISTORICAL TENTS - Anglo-Saxon, Geteld, anglo-saxon, historical tents, geteld, soldier tents, Pavilions, Historical Tents, knight tents, cones tents, knight's tent, historical tents, soldier tents

Tentorium - HISTORICAL TENTS - Anglo-Saxon, Geteld, anglo-saxon, historical tents, geteld, soldier tents, Pavilions, Historical Tents, knight tents, cones tents, knight's tent, historical tents, soldier tents

Big viking tent (6-8 persons) including canopy, poles, ropes and wooden pegs. Made of heavy impregnated natural canvas. The tent has 2 entrances, one on the long side and one in the bell end. Entrances are closed using the ropes. The tent is in impeccable condition and was used not more then 10 times.  I can send the tent abroad but please contact me for the shippingcost. It’s also possible to pick up the tent at an event.

Big viking tent (6-8 persons) including canopy, poles, ropes and wooden pegs. Made of heavy impregnated natural canvas. The tent has 2 entrances, one on the long side and one in the bell end. Entrances are closed using the ropes. The tent is in impeccable condition and was used not more then 10 times. I can send the tent abroad but please contact me for the shippingcost. It’s also possible to pick up the tent at an event.

Viking Festival - Viking tent and tools

Viking Festival - Viking tent and tools

Center pole connection with cord

Center pole connection with cord

Saxon Tent Jorvik, 2 x 4 m, 340 gsm, natural colour

Saxon Tent Jorvik, 2 x 4 m, 340 gsm, natural colour

The second type of tent, usually known as a "Saxon Geteld" is based on manuscript illustrations.One of the principal sources is the Utrecht Psalter [3], a ninth century French manuscript which shows several small tents. Also of note is the Harley Psalter [4], an 11th century English manuscript based on the Utrecht Psalter which shows a somewhat taller version of the same design.

The second type of tent, usually known as a "Saxon Geteld" is based on manuscript illustrations.One of the principal sources is the Utrecht Psalter [3], a ninth century French manuscript which shows several small tents. Also of note is the Harley Psalter [4], an 11th century English manuscript based on the Utrecht Psalter which shows a somewhat taller version of the same design.

Anglo-saxon geteld.

Anglo-saxon geteld.

I should make a geteld in a child's scale to play in.

I should make a geteld in a child's scale to play in.

Border pattern. Is this documentable?

Border pattern. Is this documentable?

Anglo-Saxon Geteld – Tentorium

Anglo-Saxon Geteld – Tentorium