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The Itchen Stoke Labyrinth : Jeff Saward details an English tiled labyrinth created 150 years ago, and recently visible in its entirety for the first time in many years

The Labyrinth of St. Petronio in Bologna, Italy : Giancarlo Pavat documents a previously unrecorded 15th century labyrinth on a tiled floor in Italy

Labyrinth Doorways : Crossing the Threshold : Alain Pierre Louët & Jill K. H. Geoffrion consider the depictions of labyrinths with doorways in medieval manuscripts

Gustav Castan’s Mirror Maze : Angelika Friederici records the origins of Castan’s patented design concept

The Road to Chartres : Richard Myers Shelton examines the development of medieval manuscript labyrinths

The Belfast Cathedral Labyrinth : Jeff & Kimberly Saward visit an unusual pavement labyrinth from the late 1920’s

Notes & Queries : the labyrinth of St. Saturnin, Aignan, France; more labyrinths in Tamil Nadu, India; an unusual early 19th century carpet pattern; the Saffron Walden Maze Festival 2016; The Labyrinth Society


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Caerdroia 45 - the Journal of Mazes & Labyrinths

The 45th edition of Caerdroia  is now available, and contains important papers on medieval manuscript labyrinths, mirror mazes and a number of ‘new’ labyrinth discoveries.

Jeff Saward, Editor




Caerdroia 45 - May 2016

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