City of Troy : A note reprinted from Peter Robert’s Cambrian Popular Antiquities, first published two hundred years ago
A Transylvanian Wunderkreis : Richard Myers Shelton documents a previously unrecorded turf labyrinth with a curious origin in Romania
The Beast Within : Jill K H Geoffrion and Alain Pierre Louët describe a previously unrecorded French manuscript labyrinth, and consider the Minotaur at its centre
Stone Labyrinths of Finnmark & Arctic Russia : Vyacheslav Mizin proposes a common origin and chronology for two groups of labyrinths in the far north, and suggests a purpose for their locations and construction
Heavenly Jerusalem and the Labyrinth : Claus Bernet compares depictions of Jerusalem associated with labyrinths
Wayland’s New Labyrinths : Richard Myers Shelton examines the structure of a group of labyrinths that first appeared in 14th century Iceland and remain popular today
Notes and Queries : a newly discovered stone labyrinth in India; the labyrinth graffito at Petrella Tifernina, Italy; a maze (at last) for the Shining hotel; mysterious circles at Chartres; The Labyrinth Society
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The 44th edition of Caerdroia contains important papers on stone labyrinths in Northern Europe and medieval manuscript labyrinths, and details of a number of ‘new’ labyrinth discoveries.
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