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- The symmetry group of the tiling is 4*2 (p4g).
- All the internal angles of the constituent polygons are a multiple of 45°.
- There is one non-regular reflective tile.
- The tiling satisfies the interlace condition and has no finite interlace and one infinite interlace with straight cross-overs.
- The tiling is edge-to-edge.
- As drawn, contains about 80 polygons.
- Figure 89 (Palace at Termez, Central Asia. Carved plaster) from [rempel] (12th century AD)
- Page 264, Fig. 136b (Great Mosque, Niksar, Turkey. Mihrab) from [bonner] (1145AD, 539AH)
- Page 20 (bottom right) (Qalawun, Cairo, Egypt) from [hessemer] (1283-4AD, 681-2AH)
- Photo by David Wade: TUR 0905 (Ak Han, Nigde, Turkey) from [wadei] (1409AD, 811AH)
- Photo by David Wade: EGY 1422 (Qaytbay, Cairo, Egypt) from [wadei] (1474AD, 878AH)
- (Fatehpur Sikri, Jodh Bai's Palace, India) from [smith2] (1565-1605AD, 972-1014AH)
- Photo by David Wade: IRA 0825 (Imamzeda Darbi Islam, Isfahan, Iran) from [wadei]
- Table 32 (Sultan Han, Turkey) from [erdmann]
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