Labyrinth carved on a pillar of the portico of Lucca Cathedral, Tuscany, Italy  

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Hic quem Creticus edit Dedalus est laberinthus
de quo nullus vadere quivit qui fuit intus
ni Theseus gratis Adriane stamine iutus

This is the labyrinth built by Dedalus of Crete
all who entered therein were lost
save Theseus, thanks to Ariadne's thread

--Labyrinth carved on a pillar of the portico of Lucca Cathedral, Tuscany, Italy

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