Labryinth: solving the riddle of the maze
Author Adrian Fisher explores the maze in history, describing puzzles created byt he Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians. He probes ancient and modern methods of design and the psychology of maze-solving. 100 full-color and 25 black-and-white photographs; 25 line drawings.
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THE NATURE OF PUZZLEMENT 5 7
MAZES IN THE LANDSCAPE
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Adrian Fisher Alkborough ancient Arizona black and white Blenheim Palace Breamore brick paths bridges built Caerdroia Cathedral central centre century Chateau church circular Classical labyrinth design Coate and Adrian colour maze created designed by Randoll designed by Stuart eleven-ring England O.S. Ref entrance France gardens goal Greys Court Hampton Court maze hedge maze House Iitoi internal rotational symmetry island Italy junctions Kentwell Hall labyrinthine Landsborough Leeds Castle maze design medieval Christian design medieval Christian labyrinth medieval Christian pavement Michael Ayrton Minotaur Museum octagonal Park path labyrinths paths in grass perimeter planted portrayed privet hedges processional puzzle maze r1ght Randoll Coate rectangular rings of paths rock carvings Roman mosaic labyrinths Saffron Walden seven-ring Classical labyrinth square stained glass stone labyrinths stone-lined paths Stuart Landsborough Sweden symbolism Theseus towers Tudor turf labyrinth turf maze unicursal labyrinth visitors walls white mosaic labyrinth wooden maze Worksop Town yew hedges