A geometrically decorated renaissance box

Artmann, B.
March 2000
Mathematical Intelligencer;Spring2000, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p41
Academic Journal
Features a historic wooden box designed with complicated patterns of regular and semiregular polyhedra in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. Dimensions of the box; Wood materials incorporated in the box construction; List of publications by mathematicians detailing a comprehensive description of the box.


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