- The enduring enigmas of Albrecht Dürer's 'Melencolia I'
- Assuming that the hidden side of the polyhedron is of similar form, we have six pentagons and two triangles. It is a truncated rhombohedron, like a stretched cube with two corners clipped off, but just what inspired Dürer to draw it is a mystery.
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- Rudolph II, an occultist who strived all his life to find the Philosopher's Stone, would not have been able to resist the dark allegories of Dürer's “Melencolia I,” with its mysterious orb, curious rhombohedron, and brooding angel.
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- 3b, which illustrates the rhombohedron that is flanked by eight of the triangles. The red triangle is at the rear, bonded by sticky ends to the three yellow triangles that flank it lying in a plane closer to the viewer.
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