# Category Archives: Trefoil Labyrinths

## May the Fourth be with You … Lattice Labyrinth Tessellations for Star Wars Day 5,4 … May the 4th be with us

My aged ears recently overheard  “May the Force be with You” as “May the Fourth be with You”. A quick Google© confirms that this is not an original discovery but is disparaged as an “obvious” pun. Nevertheless and therefore 4th. … Continue reading

## Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss – ein Geburtstagsgruß – A Birthday Tessellation for April 30th.

According to Wikepedia, Chapter m Verse n among the mathematical achievements of Carl Friedrich Gauss was the calculation of his own birthdate, by a process akin to calculating the date of Easter for a given year, which process many of … Continue reading

## ELAUCTION DAY 2015 – A Tessellation for the UK National Elections 7th. May 2015.

May 7th. 2015 is Polling Day, when some of us UK electors turn out to vote for our new PARISH COUNCIL members as well as for other Local Government representatives – and, oh yes, for MP’s , national Members of Parliament, too … Continue reading

## Lattice Labyrinth Tilings and Pavings: An Image Gallery

The thumbnailed gallery below is a handy summary of images included in the various posts of the Lattice Labyrinths blog and has now been copied as a page of the blog. In the course of time that page will tend … Continue reading

## Celebrating April Weddings , Two Wedding Anniversary Labyrinths, April 13th and April 26th

Back to pretty pictures, but with some of the skeletal structure of the tessellations shown. ( Scarthin Books, my some days job, is in the middle of a crowdfunding exercise to Prop up the Shop, its over a mile of … Continue reading

## Eine nicht so kleine Mathmusik: from Lattice Labyrinths to Integer-sided Trythagorean Triangles

Revision: In the previous post we investigated “squaring” a lattice labyrinth tessellation, multiplying the  tessellation by itself and by its mirror image. This is equivalent to multiplying number pairs (a,b) x (a,b) and  (a,b) x (b,a) where (a,b) are the … Continue reading

## Christmas Day Snowflake

Apologies for peppering you with blog posts, but here, posted on New Year’s Eve, is an even more attractive Christmas Day tessellation, Trefoil Lattice Labyrinth (25,12) in suitably icy colours. The background is Snowdon, the highest peak in Wales, seen … Continue reading

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## Whence the Viewers of this Blog? ….and so a Trefoil for Brazil….and OXO Stock Cubes

In just over a year the Lattice Labyrinths blog has been visited from some 69 countries, most visitors being from the UK, followed, in order of total views, by USA, Germany, Brazil, Canada, Spain, Belgium, France, South Korea, Mexico, Italy, … Continue reading

## A Thank You to Bridges 2014, Gwacheon Museum, Seoul and 광복절

A big thank you from Delegate Dave to the Bridges Organisation and all those connected with the Gwacheon National Museum of Science and others in the stunning city of Seoul who did so much to make Bridges 2014 such a memorable … Continue reading

## Quaint Mazes in the Wanton Green

The 23rd.  of April is believed to have been the day of  William Shakespeare’s birth in 1564. The neglected mazes regretted by Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream The nine-men’s-morris is filled up with mud And the quaint mazes in … Continue reading