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Mazes and Labyrinths

A General Account of their History and Development

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Author: W.H. Matthews
Published: 1922
Language: English
Wordcount: 63,574 / 216 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 78.4
Downloads: 489
Added to site: 2014.07.10
mnybks.net#: 31630
Genre: Non-fiction
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A. (Ciampini) 56

45. LABYRINTH IN S. MARIA-DI-TRASTAVERA, ROME. (Durand) f.p. 56

46. LABYRINTH IN S. VITALE, RAVENNA. (Durand) f.p. 56

47. LABYRINTH IN CHARTRES CATHEDRAL. (Gailhabaud) 58

48. LABYRINTH IN AMIENS CATHEDRAL. (Gailhabaud) 59

49. LABYRINTH IN PARISH CHURCH, ST. QUENTIN. (Gailhabaud) 60

50. LABYRINTH IN RHEIMS CATHEDRAL. (Gailhabaud) f.p. 61

51. LABYRINTH IN AMIENS CATHEDRAL, CENTRAL PLATE. (Gailhabaud) f.p. 62

52. LABYRINTH IN BAYEUX CATHEDRAL. (Ame) f.p. 62

53. LABYRINTH IN SENS CATHEDRAL. (Gailhabaud) 62

54. LABYRINTH IN ABBEY OF ST. BERTIN, ST. OMER. (Wallet) 63

55. LABYRINTH IN POITIERS CATHEDRAL. (Auber) 64

56. LABYRINTHS ON TILES. Toussaints Abbey, Chalons. (Ame) f.p. 74

57. LABYRINTH IN ELY CATHEDRAL. (W. H. M.) 66

58. LABYRINTH IN CHURCH AT BOURN, CAMBS. (W. H. M.) 69

59. "JULIAN'S BOWER," ALKBOROUGH, LINCS. (Litho., Rev. G. Yorke)

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