An isohedral polytope or face-transitive polytope is a polytope whose faces are identical under its highest symmetry group. Most often, this term is used to describe the dual isogonal polyhedra (although isotopic polytope it the property that generalizes to higher ranks). Isohedral polytopes of higher ranks do exist, for example regular polytopes, however they are not a well studied area.
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