### Most perfect 12x12 in 14x14 magic square

See for detailed explanation, webpage pan 4x4 in 6x6

Take a most perfect 12x12 magic square and add 26 to all numbers to get the 12x12 inlay and construct the 14x14 border.

The final result is:

Most perfect 12x12 in 14x14 magic square

 24 2 4 10 16 19 190 189 188 185 177 176 174 25 194 27 169 37 159 34 165 33 166 29 167 35 161 3 192 158 40 148 50 151 44 152 43 156 42 150 48 5 184 147 49 157 39 154 45 153 46 149 47 155 41 13 182 38 160 28 170 31 164 32 163 36 162 30 168 15 180 111 85 121 75 118 81 117 82 113 83 119 77 17 175 110 88 100 98 103 92 104 91 108 90 102 96 22 26 99 97 109 87 106 93 105 94 101 95 107 89 171 18 122 76 112 86 115 80 116 79 120 78 114 84 179 14 51 145 61 135 58 141 57 142 53 143 59 137 183 11 134 64 124 74 127 68 128 67 132 66 126 72 186 6 123 73 133 63 130 69 129 70 125 71 131 65 191 1 62 136 52 146 55 140 56 139 60 138 54 144 196 172 195 193 187 181 178 7 8 9 12 20 21 23 173

Use this method to construct inlaid magic squares of even order. See

14x14, most perfect 12x12 in 14x14.xls