Double antitegmoid

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A double antitegmoid is an isotopic polytope formed as the dual to a double antiprismoid.

In 4 dimensions, an n-gonal double antitegmoid has 4n2 cells. If n > 2, each cell is a digonal-symmetric polyhedron with 10 faces and 14 vertices, with 4 irregular pentagons, 2 isosceles trapezoids, and 4 kites as its faces. The digonal double antitegmoid also exists but has a different cell shape.