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References and Notes

1. An annotated collection of these prints can be found in Macgillavry, C. H., Symmetry Aspects of M. C. Escher's Periodic Drawings , International Union of Crystallography (1965).

2. The use of Arabic geometrical patterns in crystallographic teaching has been discussed by E. and M. Makovicky in N. Jb. Miner. Mh ., 1977, 58-68. Numerous illustrations can be found in a book by J. Bourgoin (Arabic Pattern and Design , originally published in 1879 (in French) and reprinted without text by Dover in 1973).

3. The back side of a stamp sheet displays a higher symmetry for it shows the lattice only and not the structure.

4. cf. Bloss, F. D., Crystallography and Crystal Chemistry , Holt, Rinehart and Winston (1971); Buerger, M. J., Elementary Crystallography , Wiley (1963); Dent Glasser, L. S., Crystallography and its Applications , Van Nostrand Reinhold (1977); Megaw, H. D., Crystal Structures: A Working Approach , Saunders (1973).

5. International Tables for X-ray Crystallography Vol. I (1952).

6. Sands, D. E., Introduction to Crystallography . Benjamin (1969).

7. The two patterns (iv) and (v) can indeed serve to illustrate various aspects of a subgroup relation.

8. A set of worksheets comprising additional space groups can be obtained from the author (Prof. W. M. Meier, Institute of Crystallography and Petrography, ETH, 8092 Zurich, Switzerland).

Plate (i) to (xv). Worksheets for practical exercises.

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Plate i

Plate ii

Plate iii

Plate iv

Plate v

Plate vi

Plate vii

Plate viii

Plate ix

Plate x

Plate xi

Plate xii

Plate xiii

Plate xiv

Plate xv

List of space groups represented in plates (i) to (xv)

(i) Pma2 (plane group pmg)

(ii) Pnc2

(ii) Pbn21

(iv) Cc

(v) Cmc21

(vi) Aba2

(vii) Pnn2

(viii) P2122

(ix) P31c

(x) Pban

(xi) $P\overline{4}2_1m$

(xii) P4/nbm

(xiii) $P\overline{4}b2$

(xiv) $P\overline{4}2m$

(xv) $P\overline{4}m2$

Space group of structure in Fig. 4: Pbn21.

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