Easter 2013

This Easter egg is one of the results of the activity with the different variants for the classical 7 circuit labyrinth. What has struck me: Under 42 mathematically possible alignments there are only two selfdual with the “opening” on the 3rd or 5th circuit.

One is the well-known classical 7 circuit labyrinth with the path sequence 0-3-2-1-4-7-6-5-8 which is also called the Cretan or the original labyrinth because it is the mother of all labyrinths. For a more exact name I suggest to add the eight-digit identifier 3214 7658 as type designation.

The other is the up to now unknown labyrinth with the path sequence 0-5-6-7-4-1-2-3-8. It is a classical 7 circuit labyrinth which needs the type name 5674 1238 for classification.

There are only two classical 7 circuit labyrinths with these characteristic features which it makes exceptionally specimens of her type.
Hence, the new type has also earned his right to exist.

Labyrinth Easter egg type 5674 1238

Labyrinth Easter egg type 5674 1238

Happy Easter to all visitors of this blog!

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4 thoughts on “Easter 2013

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  2. Happy Easter to you Erwin! As always… your posts are eggsactly well thought out and full of surprises which make me think and ponder… my best to you!

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    • Wanda,
      I propose to visit the related post and earlier posts about the theme.
      You will find a table of contents by clicking the tab “Contens” above the title of the blog.

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