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MathMod & Morenaments. The Clebsch surface is a non-singular cubic surface studied by mathematician A. Clebsch (1871). Like all nonsingular cubic surfaces, the Clebsch cubic can be obtained by blowing up the projective plane in 6 points
Background: A p4 symmetry. A p4 tiling is symmetric under two- and four-fold rotations.

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