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Figures for Dirk Huylebroucks and Patrick Labarque's
More True Applications of the Golden Number

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Fig. 2a. A recreational exercise: inscribe different rectangles in a given drawing of a temple. To see the dissimilarities, look at the stairs below the building; actually, the Parthenon has more than 3 (unequal) steps. The drawings shown in Figures 2a-2d were all based on existing so-called "analysis of buildings", repeated over and over in different textbooks. Fig. 2a is drawn after [Neveux 1995, after J. Hambidge]. | top of page | figure 2b | back to text |

Figure 2a for Huylebrouck and Labarque


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