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Celtic Dodecahedron
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A dodecahedron with 60 axes of rotation. A jumbling only puzzle.

The axes of rotation of the Celtic Dodecahedron are defined by the faces of the canonical deltiodal hexecontahedron. It is a jumbling only puzzle with 60 axes. It was named Celtic Dodecahedron to highlight its relationship to Eitan Cher's previous Celtic Cube, in which the delotidal icositetrahedron was turned into a cube.
Celtic Dodecahedron is the first puzzle to use the geometry of the canonical deltoidal hexecontahedron, thus completing the set of Archimedean Duals to be made into twisty puzzles.
Edge length: 44 mm
Weight: 477 grams

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