# The Rolfsen Knot Table

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## Knots with 7 or fewer crossings

## Knots with 8 crossings

## Knots with 9 crossings

## Knots with 10 crossings

See warning below |

**Warning.** In 1973 K. Perko noticed that the knots that were later labeled 10_{161} and 10_{162} in Rolfsen's tables (which were published in 1976 and were based on earlier tables by Little (1900) and Conway (1970)) are in fact the same. In our table we removed Rolfsen's 10_{162} and renumbered the subsequent knots, so that our 10 crossings total is 165, one less than Rolfsen's 166. Read more: [1] [2] [3] [4]
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Also see Other Knot Tables.