Symmetry, Crystals and Polyhedra

Steven Dutch, Natural and Applied Sciences, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay 
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Symmetry and Crystals

Symmetry Concepts


Tilings and Polyhedra



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Date: Mon, 31 Aug 1998 11:37:50 -0700 (PDT)
From: Steve Dutch <>
Subject: Re: Figures of  Euclid's Elements.

To: daniel Boeno <>

On Sun, 30 Aug 1998, daniel Boeno wrote:

> Cher Monsieur,
> I am an artist working on the Figures of  Euclid's Elements.
> First I was interested by theses figures in the manuscripts :
> I was allowed to consult in Biblioth=E8que Nationale de France, in Vatica=
> Library, Leiden, Columbia University and so on...
> Now my feeling is that this tradition you can SEE on the manuscripts,
> coming from Greek through Arabic, Hebrew, Latin ... starting
> again at Renaissance, is reborn with this new kind of humanist media:
> www.
> For my next art shows I would like to present some images of Euclidean
> manuscripts with links to your pages.
> For instance, the first step, in Ecole des Beaux Arts de Dijon, on
> november 98, will be on a offline way.
> A CD rom for inside use will be made at this occasion.
> So, would you please tell me if you agree.
> Anyway, any commentary or suggestion from you will be appreciated.
> Of course, the copyright of your web pages will appear, and a copy of
> the CD will be sent to you.
> yours faithfully. david Boeno.

I'm honored by your request. Please go ahead.

Steve Dutch