Early medieval lantern
In living history and reenactment, the fire is essential for your camp. During the day you use the fire for cooking and, for example, for making historical glue and other crafts. In the evening the visitors are gone and you have quality time with your reenactment group around the fire. A fire plate is perfect for making a safe fire without damaging the surface of the event site. The fire remains inside the plate and you can place a tripod in it for cauldrons and pans.
In the evenings it is important to have atmosphere and light in your camp, especially since you have no artificial light at a festival or event. Light your camp with fire in fire pits and by placing wax torches and lanterns in the camp. A fire pit provides warmth on cold evening. You can place medieval lanterns on tables for extra light or hang them to a lantern holder. Wax torches are great for medieval festivals, rituals and pagan parties. For example, you can give everyone a torch, or illuminate an entire path with torches.
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