Monthly Archives: December 2020

Roman Dodecahedrons – Part IV

Examination of the Hypothesis: The hypothesis I put forward in the last post I think has great merit. In particular: This hypothesis explains the consistent presence on the dodecahedra of their two most defining features; the nodules and the varying … Continue reading

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Roman Dodecahedrons Part III

I was pretty happy with my previous hypothesis on the dodecahedron, the string idea fits so well with the observed shape of the nodules, and the device is very satisfying to use and play with. However one thing that it … Continue reading

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