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Labyrinths in English Churches

Nature volume 100, page 324 (27 December 1917) | Download Citation

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As the author of “Amusements in Mathematics,” reviewed in NATURE of December 20, says that he does not know of any instance of a labyrinth in an English church, it may be mentioned that one is represented in one of the bosses of their north aisle of the nave of St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol. The style is Somerset Perpendicular, the date probably about 1420.

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  1. Banwell Vicarage, December 21.

    • C. S. TAYLOR

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