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Dodecahedron, c. 300-500 AD Roman, 2nd-3rd century AD Harvard art museum

Klerksdorp spheres are small objects, often spherical to disc-shaped, that have been collected by miners and rockhounds from 3-billion-year-old pyrophyllite deposits mined by Wonderstone Ltd., near Ottosdal, South Africa. They have been cited by alternative researchers and reporters in books,[1][2] popular articles,[3][4] and many web pages,[5][6] as inexplicable out-of-place artifacts that could only have been manufactured by intelligent beings.

Roman, 3rd century AD, Tunis Gold hair ornament

Beautiful Losers: Plato’s Geometry of Elements

Beautiful Losers: Plato’s Geometry of Elements « NOVA's Physics Blog: The Nature of Reality. A wonderful and engaging description of the science/math connection

How to Make an Interesting Art Piece Using Tree Branches

DIY - How to make a heart shaped wall art out of driftwood or tree branches and twigs. Includes tips on branch selection and shows how to tie branches together.

Roman Glass Goblet with Blue Pastilles | 3rd Century AD, 4th Century AD

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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

Swipe Art!

Swipe art. Paint project for children and toddlers. No paint brushes!

"Mystery Stone" of Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire, found in 1872, from the New Hampshire Historical Society's collection. The origins and purpose of the artifact are still unknown -- there are no other known objects bearing similar markings or design. The stone is currently on display at the Museum of New Hampshire History.