Type in Style (continued)
Here I will now attribute the labyrinth examples from my post Type or Style / 9 to types of labyrinths. These examples were grouped in styles.
The examples in the classical style
Type Löwenstein 3
Type Löwenstein 5a
Type Löwenstein 9b
The examples in the concentric style
Type Gossembrot 51r
The examples in the Man-in-the-Maze style
MiM 3, MiM 4: no true labyrinths
The examples in the Chartres style
Type St. John
Type Petit Chartres
Chartres 5: no true labyrinth
Type Grey’s Court
In order not to overload this post I interrupt here and present the remaining examples in my next post.
Among the examples here, there are also figures, that are no unicursal labyrinths in the strict sense. For reasons of space I do not explain this further here but will come back to it later.
The types used: