The great dodecahedron, with Bowers' acronym gad, is a regular, uniform 3-dimensional star polyhedron with pentagonal faces that make pentagrammic vertex figures and one of the Kepler-Poinsot polyhedra. It is the dual to the small stellated dodecahedron.
Structure and Sections
|Convex regular polyhedra: tet · cube · oct · doe · ike|
|Pentagonal dihedron||Dodecahedron||Order-4 pentagonal tiling||Order-5 pentagonal tiling||Order-6 pentagonal tiling||Order-7 pentagonal tiling||Order-8 pentagonal tiling||...||Infinite-order pentagonal tiling||Imaginary-order pentagonal tiling|
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