A 14th-century Italian camp picture
An Italian picture, c. 1360, showing a wide variety of tent constructions.
Note, for example, the dagged valence on one, the painted arches on another,
the mix of round and rectangular pavilions, the clear presence of horses
inside several of the tents, and the complete absence of visible guy-ropes.
Thanks to Bob Charrette, who found this picture; a redrawing of it also
appears in Daily Life in Chaucer's England, p. 91 or so.