Antiprisms are similar to prisms except the bases are twisted relative to each other. Regular right antiprisms form an infinite series of vertex-uniform polyhedra, as do the regular right prisms. The octahedron is a particular type of right triangular antiprism which is also edge- and face-uniform, and so counts among the Platonic solids. The dual polyhedra of the antiprisms are the trapezohedra. Their existence was first discussed and their name was coined by Johannes Kepler.

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