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Volume 19, Number 2-3, pages 081-224 (2008)

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Islamic art and symmetry

  • Cover page
    Volume 19, Numbers 2-3, pages 081-081 (2008)
  • Raymond Tennant and György Darvas
    Summary to the special issue Symmetry in Islamic Art
    Volume 19, Numbers 2-3, pages 085-086 (2008)
  • Satu Kähkönen
    East and West – Contrasting ways of perceiving ornament
    Volume 19, Numbers 2-3, pages 087-093 (2008)
  • Brian Wichmann
    Symmetry in Islamic geometric art
    Volume 19, Numbers 2-3, pages 095-112 (2008)
  • Raymond Tennant
    Medieval Islamic architecture, quasicrystals, and Penrose and girih tiles
    Volume 19, Numbers 2-3, pages 113-125 (2008)
  • Emil Makovicky
    Another look at the Blue Tomb of Marāgha, a site of the first quasicrystalline Islamic pattern
    Volume 19, Numbers 2-3, pages 127-151 (2008)
  • Reza Sarhangi
    Modules and modularity in mosaic patterns
    Volume 19, Numbers 2-3, pages 153-163 (2008)
  • Jean-Marc Castera
    Arabesques for Abu Dhabi – an octagonal system
    Volume 19, Numbers 2-3, pages 165-174 (2008)
  • Paul Gailiunas
    Knot designs from snowflake curves
    Volume 19, Numbers 2-3, pages 175-182 (2008)
  • Stanley N. Salthe
    Symmetry breaking in Islamic weavings
    Volume 19, Numbers 2-3, pages 183-198 (2008)
  • Carol Bier
    Weaving infinity
    Volume 19, Numbers 2-3, pages 199-219 (2008)
  • György Darvas
    Joe Rosen – Symmetry Rules, How Science and Nature are Founded on Symmetry, Berlin – Springer-Verlag, 2008, xiv+304 p
    Volume 19, Numbers 2-3, pages 220-221 (2008)
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