|Thiery figure in a mosaic from the Roman period. (Cordoba, Spain)|
|Bench in the Real Alcazar in Seville, Spain.|
This final example comes from the floor of one of the chapels in the Giralda in Seville Spain.
It is again the Thiery figure. Located on the floor it leaves one with the impression one is walking on a collection of cubes. But in this case are the tops of the cubes made of the white faces, or the red ones?
The name - Thiery figure - is said to have been given in 1895 when it was named after the psychologist A. Thiery. The examples here show that the figure has been around a lot longer than that.