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A polyhedron is a three-dimensional solid that consists of a collection of polygons joined at their edges. The word derives from the Greek "poly-" ("many") plus the Indo-European "-hedron" ("seat"). Polyhedra form in the natural world in some crystals and have been of interest to many civilizations in art, architecture and games of chance.


Polyhedra timeline Burnt City Dice Euclid's Elements Pottery Sherd Icosahedron Construction Serpentinite Icosahedral Die Icosahedral Die with Divine Entities Da Vinci's Polyhedra Kepler's Planetary System