Re: [MedievalSawdust] Re: campaign furniture
- My persona is an 8th century Irish lady. However, I am more interested in finding a comfortable bed than in staying with that time period. I just want to be consistent with whatever time period I go with so that the whole tent is one time period, not a mix. Roman furniture would probably be good, as they did campaign a lot, and their wall tents are fairly comfortable.
Lady Stephanie Lilburn
aka Stephanie Smith, Ph.D
Hunt County, Texas
Owned by a Poodle and an Australian Cattle Dog
-- "Eric" <ewdysar@...> wrote:
This type of request for information about accurate items always
deserves a question in response. When and where are you trying to
portray? Identifying your target culture, region and century allows
for more detailed responses.
By the way, the Romans had great campaign gear, there are quite a
few sources for them. I would probably go that route, if I wasn't
already so invested in the 10c Vikings in Dublin set-up...
Yours in Service to the Dream,
Ashgrove, Barony of Angels, Caid
--- In email@example.com, "lambdakennels1@..."
>on campaign furniture? I am talking about the kind of break-down
> Speaking of books, does anyone have a good source of information
furniture the aristocrats took to furnish their tents when going to
war. I am tired of sleeping on a tiny tent cot and having to share
it with a standard poodle and a red heeler. I would like to build
some break-down furniture to take when going to SCA events and
camping, and would rather build something that would have actually
been used than not. Thank you.
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