Intel put out the 8086 Family User's Manual quite some time ago. (1978 and 1979.) It includes AP-67 and a datasheet on the processor, too. You can get all of these from this bitsavers site link in a single PDF file.
I'm a little taken aback that you didn't bother looking for Intel documentation on their own processors in order to answer your own questions here. You must know that Intel produced adequate documentation for designers. Why present us, instead, with two inadequate snapshots from documents of unknown provenances without having taken a moment of your own time first to see if you could track down Intel's clear documentation in order to resolve your own questions?
(It would be one thing if you presented us with Intel docs and couldn't understand something in them. But it's another thing altogether to send us chasing after other documents. Intel's documentation is the place to go.)
Here's a diagram of minimum mode taken from AP-67 (which you can go get from the link above) found on page A-33, about halfway through the PDF.
Then take a look at page B-13 in the same document above:
There is no ambiguity here. Instead, clarity and quantitative details. And that's just two pages I picked out from this 750 page document. They also include words. Lots of them that also carefully walk you through the meaning of these diagrams and much more.
You should be able to answer your own questions from the above and from the document I've linked. It's pretty much all there.
There are only two other authors and/or publication sources I'd recommend to you. Anything written by Edward Solari (such as "AT Bus Design" or "ISA & EISA Theory and Operation") or anything written by MindShare, Inc. on these (or other) topics. (I've used both sources, at times.) Other than that? It's buyer-beware.