[r-t] polyhedra

John David johnedavid at hotmail.com
Thu Apr 10 07:43:52 UTC 2008

I think it should be Pink's, not pinks, after its originator.
Was not the first mention of polyhedra Thompson (?Thomson - I can't access my copy at the moment) quoted at length in Snowdon's Grandsire early editions? If I remember correctly he mentions a solid ?dodecahedron with all the q-sets inscribed on it. Does it still exist? And are not all the enormous diagrams in that work merely flattened solids?
John David
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