This Anglo-Saxon tent, called "Geteld" is based on many available sources. It is designed to be used as a baggage element for any Anglo-Saxon army and to fit on a standard 40x40mm DBM baggage base.
Tents were used by both Vikings and Saxons. The tents used by Anglo-Saxons are well known from literature and illustrations, but completely unknown from archaeology. This means that, although we know what they looked like, we do not know of what they were made. Illustrations of these tents are remarkably consistent in the type of tent they show, they appear to be identical to the tents used in the rest of mainland Europe at this time, and therefore are really suitable for most nations and armies of this period.
Anglo-Saxon tents appear to have been mainly used for armies on the march, the very word camp is an Old English word meaning 'battle or warfare', although it appears they may also have been used by other people when away from home, for example, traders, farmers out slaughtering animals, etc..