Shown below is a marble inlay which features the small stellated dodecahedron, located in the floor of the Basilica of St. Mark in Venice. Many references attribute this to Uccello. If so, it is remarkable, for this would be two hundred years before Kepler's 1619 mathematical description of this same polyhedron. Uccello was known as a master mosaicist in Venice in the 1420's, but all of that work is lost. I have not been able to locate any explanation of the evidence attributing this particular inlay to Uccello or how it is dated to that period, and so I can not judge its plausibility.