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Re: Triangular tents


From: Gerry Embleton
Date: Sun, 9 Jan 2011 22:22:09 +0100

see back issues of drgon where I drew this type of tent and gave =
sources..they are not uncommon
Gerry.E.
On 09.01.2011, at 20:41, Juraj Dudak wrote:

> Hello,
> today I was doing some research about simple triangular tent, much =
like
> those used in napoleonic wars
> triangular tents with round sides are pretty much common in 15 =
century, but
> i found only a few iluminations of straight side ones, and even those =
are
> speculative
> http://home.adelphi.edu/sbloch/sca/tents/pictures/de.machinis.html =
italian,
> the best one i found
> =
http://visualiseur.bnf.fr/ConsulterElementNum?O=3DIFN-07891795&E=3DJPEG&De=
b=3D21&Fin=3D21&Param=3DCfrench,
> i don't know the source and im not sure it is what i think it is
> =
http://home.adelphi.edu/sbloch/sca/tents/pictures/frombob/tentpic4.htmlita=
lian,
> here they look more like straw huts than tents..
>=20
> is it just a italian thing?
> any ideas?
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> Thank you in advance,
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> Juro Dudak
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