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Fig. 9.—(a) Double Border, composed of Triangles, with the points of the Triangles in one row falling in the centres of the bases of Triangles in the row above. (b) Surface Pattern, composed of Triangles, arranged :n the same way as in the preceding.

Fig. 10.—(« and b) The Patterns shown on Fig. 9. shaded.

The patterns derived from the lozenge are shown on Figs, ii to 18.

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Fig. 12.

Fig. II.—(a) Lozenge Border, composed of two sets of Chevrons, with their ooints facing in opposite directions. (6) The same as fa), but with the Chevrons set apa-t. (r) The same as (a), but with hars substituted for lines. (d. The same as (4), but with bars substituted for lines.

Fig. 12.—(a; Lozenge Border, with Triangles or Chevrons, shaded. (b) Lozenge Border, with Lozenges shaded, (r) The same as Fig. 11 (ri, but shaded. (d) The same as Fig. ii (rf), bat shaded.

Fig. 13-—(«} Surface Pattern, produced by repeating the Bar-Chevror Border, so that the points of all the Chevrons meet. (A) The same as (a), hut with the Chevrons set apart.

Fig. 14.

Fig. 14.— (a) The same as Fig. 13 fa), but shaded.

Fig. 15.- {a) Line Lattice-work Surface Pattern, produced by the repetition of either the Chevron Border, Fig. 2 (a), or the Lozenge Border, Fig. 2 {¿).

Fig. 16.—(n) The same as Fig. 15 (4), but with shaded Lozenges of two different sizes.

(¿) Lattice-work Surface Pattern ; the same as Fig. 15 (b), but with diagonal white bars instead of lines.

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