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  • Mary Zafiris

    Roman Dodecahedron objects have been found all over Europe – but the mystery continues about their purpose and use. About the only thing that archaeologists have done – is name the objects. They date to around the 2nd or 3rd century AD.

  • Libby Bright Kipp

    Roman Dodecahedra - Sometimes archaeologists discover an artifact whose purpose is a complete mystery – but it is rare for a whole class of artifacts to remain unknown. All over the Roman world, small metal dodecahedra (date from the 2nd or 3rd centuries CE) with circles cut in their faces have been discovered – yet it is unknown what they were originally used for. Some suggest they were used as candle holders... / 40 Important Archaeological Finds

  • Aligned Spirit Pilates

    Roman Dodecahedron have been found all over Europe, the mystery continues about their purpose and use! The only thing that archaeologists have done is name these objects. They date to around the 2nd or 3rd AD century. / Sacred Geometry <3

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