Mazes and Labyrinths: Their History and Development

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Kessinger Publishing, Mar 1, 2003 - Architecture - 320 pages
1922. Contents: introduction; Egyptian labyrinth; Cretan labyrinth; Etruscan or Italian labyrinth; labyrinth in ancient art; church labyrinth; turf labyrinth; origin of turf mazes; floral labyrinth and the dwarf shrub maze; topiary labyrinth or hedge maze; stone labyrinth and rock engravings; dance or game of Troy; bower of "Fair Rosamond" maze etymology; labyrinth design and the solution of mazes; labyrinth in literature; miscellaneous and conclusion. Wonderfully illustrated.

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