Bourgoin, Plate 2, top figure
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Very common throughout Islam: Proportions are widely variable.
- The symmetry group of the tiling is *632 (p6m).
- All the internal angles of the constituent polygons are a multiple of 60°.
- Contains two regular hexagons.
- There is one non-regular reflective tile.
- The tiling satisfies the interlace condition and has one finite interlace and no infinite interlace with straight cross-overs.
- The tiling is edge-to-edge.
- As drawn, contains about 139 polygons.
This pattern has variants as indicated below.
- Page 236, Fig. 99a (Great Mosque, Cordova, Spain) from [bonner] (987-99AD, 376-88AH)
- Page 236, Fig. 99a (Friday Mosque, Abyaneh, Iran. Top rail of minbar) from [bonner] (1073AD, 465AH)
- Page 233, Fig. 96d (Friday Mosque, Herat, Afghanistan, Central Asia) from [bonner] (1200AD, 596AH)
- Plate 80 (Mosul, Iraq. Koran, British Library Or 4945) from [wilson] Variant A(1310AD, 709AH)
- Page 96, Fig 4.9 (Tomb of Bibi Jawindi, Uch, India) from [broug2] (1494AD, 899AH)
- Photo IND 01414 (Itimad-ud-Daula's Tomb, Agra, India) from [wadei] (1626AD, 1035AH)
- Figure 190 (Mosque of Bayazid Bastami, Bastam, Iran) from [hill]
- Page 20 (Colouring from here, but proportions different, 19th century) from [d-avennes]
- Page 29(d) from [wade]
- Photo from book (Friday mosque, Farumad, Iran. turquoise, cobalt insets and pottery fragments in strapwoork) from [pc] Variant C
- Plate 2, top figure from [bourgoin]
- Plate 25 and Figure 48 (Mustansiriyyah Madrasah, Baghdad, Iraq) from [elsaid]
- Plate 53, Figure 102c (Quran, Mosul, Iraq) from [elsaid] Variant A
- Vol 1, page 121 (Tata Shah Jehan mosque, Pakistan) from [iran] Variant B
- Vol 1, page 123 (Malik mosque, Kerman, Iran) from [iran] Variant X
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