Letters to the Editor

September 1993
Mathematical Intelligencer;Fall93, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p3
Academic Journal
Presents specimen of earrings of Imperial Cuboctahedra from Japan. Acquisition of specimen from the tomb of a lady of rank of East Gothic tribe in Germany; Mixture of gold and red stone 'almadin' by Byzantine craftsmen; Owner of the jewels.


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