Anglo Saxon Medieval tents
The Anglo-Saxon Geteld is a Remarkable tent held up by two upright support poles and one ridge pole. It is staked to the ground and uses no guy ropes.
The canvas pattern is virtually the same as the French Double Bell Wedge Tent except that the ends spread out and the ridge is a little different. The ridge is a sleeve sewn at the apex for the ridge pole to slide through. This allows the doors to overlap completely, unlike the Double Bell Wedge where the ridge pole protrudes slightly (at the ends of each peak.
The Anglo-Saxon Geteld stands up well in extreme weather.
Setup: Can be done by 1 person, but much easier with 2.