No... and, if I may make a request, can we steer away from the truly obscure and try to do DYKs that might interest a broader audience?

Did you know that for over 300 years people have been finding dozens of Roman-era hollow bronze dodecahedrons (twelve-sided polygons) with a different sized pair of holes in each set of parallel faces and nobody knows what they're for? Given the workmanship and the fact that they're often found with caches of coins, it's assumed they were very valuable, but they were only found in the northern parts of the empire, from Hungary to the British Isles. Every theory as to their use has some fatal flaw which seems to eliminate it from serious discussion.