Two Labyrinths on English Needlework Samplers : Kimberly and Jeff Saward unravel the details of two tiny stitched labyrinths from Yorkshire, England
The Stone Labyrinths of the North : Christer Westerdahl presents his theory for the dating and function of coastal stone labyrinths in Scandinavia
Dating the Stone Labyrinths of Arctic Russia : Vyacheslav Mizin explains his theory why the stone labyrinths in the Russian North are not as old as often assumed
The Labyrinth and Lo-
Reappraising the Bayeux Labyrinth : Thorn Steafel examines the topographic structure of this unusual labyrinth in Normandy
The First Ice Mazes : Jeff Saward digs around in the archives for some surprisingly early, if ephemeral, mazes built from ice during the late 19th century
Notes and Queries : a commemorative medallion for Gonzalo Pérez; two medieval labyrinths discovered in Italy; temple pavement labyrinths in Amritsar and Nanded, India; The Labyrinth Society
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The 43rd edition of Caerdroia contains two important papers on stone labyrinths in Northern Europe, and details of a number of ‘new’ labyrinth discoveries.
Jeff Saward, Editor
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