Alhambra, smaller room in the upper storey of El Partal
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Delicately carved and painted plaster, the original colours of which, according to [fernandez] (p. 244) were apple green and silver. Jones' colours are incorrect. Simple versions of the same pattern, as incised plaster, occur on the walls of the upper gallery in the rest room of the Royal Baths, but now partly damaged, and in the Sala de los Reyes, on the wall of the central recess on the east wall.
- The symmetry group of the tiling is 632 (p6).
- All the internal angles of the constituent polygons are a multiple of 60°.
- Contains one regular 6-pointed star polygon with vertex angle of 60°.
- There are no non-regular reflective pairs and two tiles with no mirror image.
- The tiling does not satisfy the two-colour condition.
- The tiling is not edge-to-edge.
- As drawn, contains about 164 polygons.
- Figure 4.21, page 106 (Cathedral, Seville, Spain. La Giralda) from [abas]
- Page 61 (Alhambra, Torre de las Damas, Spain. Smaller room in the upper storey, Incorrectly assigned to the Lion Courtyard) from [field4]
- Photo by David Wade: SPA 0414x (Alhambra, Torre de las Damas, Spain. Smaller room in the upper storey) from [wadei]
- XLII (5) from [jones]