Alhambra, Salón de Comares
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In the Alhambra, as elaborately carved stucco panels on each wall of the central or ``throne" alcove in the north wall of the Salón de Comares, and is the basis for a number of window grilles at various locations in the Alhambra: in the Salón de Comares, the Mexuar Oratory, the Cuarto Dorado and the Sala de los Reyes. This format is from Marrakesh.
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- Perspective view of this pattern.
- The symmetry group of the tiling is *442 (p4m).
- All the internal angles of the constituent polygons are a multiple of 22.5°.
- Contains one square.
- Contains two regular 8-pointed star polygons with vertex angle of 90°.
- Contains one regular 16-pointed star polygon with vertex angle of 45°.
- There are 10 non-regular reflective tiles (including 2 kites).
- The tiling satisfies the interlace condition and has no finite interlace and two infinite interlaces with straight cross-overs.
- The tiling is edge-to-edge.
- As drawn, contains about 815 polygons.
- A.9-1913 (Granada, Spain. Moulded and painted plaster with gilding) from [vami] (1333-54AD, 733-55AH)
- Guardian, 29th January 2013 (Koran from Timbuktu) from [pc]
- Page 141, bottom right (Glaoui Palace, Marrakesh, Morocco. Colouring from here) from [castera]
- Photo by David Wade: SPA 0934x (Alhambra, Salon de Comares, Spain) from [wadei]
- Photo by David Wade: SPA 1718x (Alhambra, Salon de Comares, Spain) from [wadei]
- Vol 2, page 92 (/2) (Royal Palace, Marrakesh, Morocco) from [paccard]
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