Over 100 dodecahedrons, twelve-sided objects from the Roman Empire, have been found across Europe, particularly in Britain. These objects are hollow with round openings on each face and are made of bronze, copper, or a mixture of metals and alloys. The purpose of these objects is still unknown, with various hypotheses including ritual devices, weapons, ornaments, religious objects, and precision tools. A recent discovery in Britain suggests that they may have been used for ritual and religious purposes. The use of dodecahedrons as dice in tabletop games today is also mentioned.