Category:Archimedean solids

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In geometry an Archimedean solid or semi-regular solid is a semi-regular convex polyhedron composed of two or more types of regular polygon meeting in identical vertices.

(Their duals are the Catalan solids.)

The following table links to the subcategories, also listed below:

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Truncated tetrahedron
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Truncated cube
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Truncated octahedron
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Truncated dodecahedron
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Truncated icosahedron
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Polyhedron 12-20 max.png
Polyhedron small rhombi 6-8 max.png
Polyhedron great rhombi 6-8 max.png
Truncated cuboctahedron
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Polyhedron great rhombi 12-20 max.png
Truncated icosidodecahedron
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Snub cubes (left and right)
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Snub dodecahedra (left and right)
Archimedean solid 
one of the 13 solids (semi-regular convex polyhedrons composed of regular polygons meeting in identical vertices, excluding the 5 Platonic solids (which are composed of only one type of polygon) and excluding the prisms and antiprisms)
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Subclass ofquasiregular polyhedron,
convex polyhedron,
dual polyhedron (Catalan solid)
Named after
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This category has the following 8 subcategories, out of 8 total.

Media in category "Archimedean solids"

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