To my English-speaking visitors

This website is originally a German one, even if the headlines are in Latin. If some things sound odd, maybe that's the reason.

I would be happy to get emails with corrections, advice or remarks from anyone who is willing to help me writing better English.


Directions for the use of this website

Skilled users may skip this page and go to the table of contents by clicking Home at the bottom of the page.

For people with less internet experience the following hints may be useful.

The links are attached to the text (in blue or yellow) and to some of the pictures. Whenever your mouse pointer changes to a little hand, you can press it to get something new.
External links
are often set to the right margin and mostly characterized as follow ... Link >

You can always reach the table of contents (= home-page) by clicking Home or by clicking the text "walking the path to the center" (a Flash-file) at the top of the page. From this main menu (= home-page) you can reach complete pages of the topics that interest you. Some pages have a submenu, where you have further choices.

Additional popup windows can be opened by clicking a photo to enlarge it or by clicking a link or a picture. The new popup window can be adjusted as to size and position with the buttons in the upper right corner.

The animations are set in motion by clicking the 'custom-made' buttons on the page.

On some pages you can switch the sound on or off.

If you are going to be frequently visiting mymaze, you can reach the home-page more quickly by clicking "Go >" at the bottom of the entry pages.

If you are interested to get more information about this website you may reach it under remarks to this website on the home-page.

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I kindly acknowledge all who have contributed translations and corrections. Thanks go to Corinne, Douglas, Helga, Andreas, Christa, Theresia, and Graham.

The music of the entry page is taken from the CD Rose ©duo3 with the kindly permission of the producers and artists Helge Burggrabe and Christof Fankhauser.