A primary parallelohedron is a polyhedron that can fill space with infinite translated copies.

It is known (e.g., Coxeter, H. S. M. Regular Polytopes, 3rd ed. New York: Dover, pp. 29-30, 1973; or, Tutton, A. E. H. Crystallography and Practical Crystal Measurement, 2nd ed. London: Lubrecht & Cramer, 1964.) that the primary parallelohedra are the cube, hexagonal prism, elongated dodecahedron, rhombic dodecahedron, and truncated octahedron.

Is there is a classification for any higher dimensions? What are the primary d-parallelotopes?

The following is a conjecture of mine regarding the case of $d=4$.

Conjecture: There are exactly 7 primary 4-parallelotopes:

(1) Hypercube

(2) 16-cell

(3) 24-cell

(4) Hexagonal Square Duoprism

(5) Prismatic Elongated Dodecahedron

(6) Prismatic Rhombic Dodecahedron

(7) Prismatic Truncated Octahedron

EDIT: Based upon the recent answer, an improved question would concern the classification of combinatorial equivalence classes of Voronoi cells of lattices. Have these been classified or are there known classifications which could prove or disprove my conjecture?