k matematike (this page in Russian).
V matematiky (another Russian translation).
A través de Laberintos
hacia las Matemáticas (this page in Spanish).
Niz labirinti za matematika (this page in Macedonian).
Skozi labirinti za matematiko
(this page in Slovenian).
Cherez labirynty do matematyky (this page in Ukrainian).
A través de laberintos para Matemáticas
(another Spanish translation).
Läpi sokkeloihin Matematiikka (this page in Finnish).
Át mazes a matematika
(this page in Hungarian).
Prostredníctvom labyrintov k matematike (this page in Slovak).
[Thai text] (this page in Thai).
Kroz Labirinti do Matematike (this page in Serbian).
Přes bludiště až matematiky (this page in Czech).
- A nice picture to get us started (this page).
- The mazes:
- The math:
- Build your own Labyrinth: a class
activity using the nesting of segments on the number line.
- Exploring Labyrinths: a class
activity for younger students
This late 12th Century manuscript maze (13cm in diameter)
is in the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek in Munich (Clm. 14731,
Fol 82 v.). The text above the maze reads CUM MINOTHAURO
PUGNAT THESEUS [IN] LABORINTO. = Theseus fights with
the Minotaur in the Labyrinth.
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The maze design was clearly intended to be the 12-level
alternating, transit maze
with level sequence
0 3 2 1 4 7 6 5 8 11 10 9 12, a common maze in medieval
but the 11th level was taken over by the center image (traces of it
are still visible); level
8 is led directly to the center; levels 9 and 10 are now cut off
from the rest of the path, and have been joined separately
to the center. The topological meaning of the maze has been sacrificed
to the visual impact of the composition.