Archimedean solid

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From Archimedes, Greek mathematician and engineer

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Archimedean solid (plural Archimedean solids)

  1. (geometry) Any of a class of convex semiregular polyhedra, composed of two or more types of regular polygon meeting in identical vertices.

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