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Caerdroia - the Journal of Mazes & Labyrinths
Our 34th edition is packed with the latest research and discoveries: the restoration
of the Wunderkreis turf labyrinth in Kaufbeuren, Germany; the mysterious restored
Roman brick labyrinth on the Palatine in Italy, articles on new & innovative labyrinths
and mazes worldwide, the mathematical notation of medieval labyrinth designs, the
first church labyrinth in America and much more besides.
Jeff Saward, Editor
- Contents -
The Kaufbeuren Wunderkreis Restored : Erwin Reißmann reports from Germany
The Palatine Labyrinth : Staffan Lundén explores the origin of this curious Roman
brick labyrinth - is it what is seems?
Into the Country : the latest news from Adrian Fisher, maze builder extraordinary
The Calgary Labyrinth : Mazda Munn builds a new labyrinth on the island of Mull
Three Interesting Labyrinth Locations in the Netherlands : Fons Schaefers reports
The Snoopy Labyrinth : Lea Goode-Harris turns Snoopy into a labyrinth - good grief!
Labyrinth Garden Wins Gold : Andrew Wiggins builds a prize winner
Two Labyrinths in South Africa : Fons Schaefers takes a detour or two while on holiday
A Mathematical Notation for Medieval Labyrinths : Jacques Hébert explains
The Labyrinth of the City : Henning Eichberg examines the contradictions
Notes and Queries : the first church labyrinth in America; new labyrinths at Lough
Derg, Ireland and Norwich Cathedral, England; Ely Cathedral labyrinth misinformation;
a maze under threat in Rome, Italy and the work of Waltraud Hunke, 1915-2004
Labyrinth Reviews : the latest maze and labyrinth publications and CD's reviewed
The Labyrinth Society : Kimberly Lowelle Saward, TLS President, updates the news
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