Labyrinths: Ancient Paths of Wisdom and Peace

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A maze, a prison, a sacred precinct, a place of peace - for thousands of years the human mind has puzzled over the enigma of the labyrinth. This book traces the origins of the phenomenon. Archaeology dates it back to the Bronze Age, when simple seven-circuit models began to emerge in Europe, the Middle East and parts of Asia. Popular during Roman times, the labyrinth reached its peak during the medieval period, when elaborate eleven-circuit models appeared on the paved floors of churches and cathedrals across France and ...

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