Cairo, Zawiyat al-Abbar
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- The symmetry group of the tiling is *632 (p6m).
- All the internal angles of the constituent polygons are a multiple of 10°.
- Contains one regular 9-pointed star polygon with vertex angle of 110°.
- Contains one regular 12-pointed star polygon with vertex angle of 100°.
- There are four non-regular reflective tiles (including 2 kites).
- The tiling satisfies the interlace condition and has two finite interlaces and no infinite interlace with straight cross-overs.
- The tiling is edge-to-edge.
- As drawn, contains about 615 polygons.
- Vol 2, Plate 61c (al-Abbar, Cairo, Egypt) from [creswell] (1283AD, 681AH)
- Photo by Ayman Soliman (Qalawun, Cairo, Egypt) from [pc] (1284-5AD, 682-3AH)
- Vol 2, Plate 98b (Baybars al-Gashankir, Cairo, Egypt. Khanqah) from [creswell] (1306-10AD, 705-9AH)
- Part 3, Plate ? (Fatehpur Sikri, The Large Baths, India) from [smith2] (1581AD, 989AH)
- Photo by Donald Bell (Akbar's mausoleum, Sikandra, India) from [pc] (1613AD, 1022AH)
- Page 178, Fig 6.27 (Pishtaq of the Sufi convent of Nadr Divan Begi Arlat, Bukhara, Central Asia) from [broug2] (1619-20AD, 1028-9AH)
- Photo by David Wade: IND 0524 (Itimad-ud-Daula's Tomb, Agra, India) from [wadei] (1626AD, 1035AH)
- E.3842:103-1938 (Cairo, Egypt. Sketchbook by James Wild) from [vami]
- Fig 14.11c from [ww]
- Flickr photo (Kalyan Mosque, Bukhara, Central Asia. Po-i-Kalyan) from [pc]
- Page 130, photo 85 (Abulla Ansari, Gazargah, Afghanistan, Central Asia) from [bonner]
- Page 133 (Iran. No location, Design frequently used in woodwork (marquetry?)) from [shafai]
- Page 177, Fig 6.26 (Chashma-yi Ayyub, Bukhara, Central Asia. Wooden door) from [broug2]
- Photo by David Wade: IRA 0611 (Friday mosque, Isfahan, Iran) from [wadei]
- Photo from M Sakkal (Junblat House, Aleppo, Syria. Roundel) from [pc]
- Vol 1, page 80 (Location not known) from [iran]
- Vol 2, Plate 112c (Salar and Sangar al-Gawli, Cairo, Egypt. Mihrab in courtyard) from [creswell]
- Vol 2, Plate 116e (al-Abbar, Cairo, Egypt. 2nd mausoleum) from [creswell]
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