Video: The MacPlatonic Solids: Mathematics in Neolithic Scotland (2011)

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What is the mathematical significance of certain prehistoric objects that have been unearthed in northern Scotland? This lecture is given by Tony Mann, Head of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Greenwich.

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