Mosque of ibn Tulun, Cairo
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Widely used with varying proportions.
- The symmetry group of the tiling is *442 (p4m).
- All the internal angles of the constituent polygons are a multiple of 45°.
- Contains one square.
- There is one non-regular reflective tile.
- The tiling does not satisfy the two-colour condition.
- The tiling is edge-to-edge.
- As drawn, contains about 89 polygons.
- Photo by David Wade: EGY 0201x (Ahmad Ibn Tulun, Cairo, Egypt) from [wadei] (876-9AD, 261-4AH)
- Figure 9, top left, page 7 (Portugal) from [gands] (15th century AD)
- (Fatehpur Sikri, Rajah Birbal's House, India) from [smith2] (1571AD, 978AH)
- IS.1052:15-1883 (Agra India. Drawing) from [vami]
- Page 221 (Different proportions) from [abas]
- Photo craft images /Alamy (India Rajasthan Jodhpur old city Singhvis Haveli traditional Rajasthani coloured glass window) from [pc]
- Pl 169 (a,b,c,d,e) (Roman Mosaic, Pompei, Acholla, Corinthe, Nea Paphos, Zahrani) from [balmelle]