The book is a Latin dictionary. Translated into German, it means architectural dictionary and dates from 1734. From this you can see that it is a dictionary for architects who deal with buildings. It is characteristic of a dictionary that you can find the word you are looking for quickly, that the book is structured simply and that you understand the explanation of the word. These factors can also be found in this book. So everyone can cope with reading it. The manual is structured from A to Z with the term and then this term is described below. The page numbers are located at the top in the corner of the respective page. The whole book is structurally the same and a few ornaments are the exception. The ornaments are always in capital letters in a new chapter. The ornaments are very nicely drawn with angel figures. The font size is the same everywhere and it is left-justified everywhere. Although it has the same font size everywhere, it is easy to read and clearly laid out. However, in the middle of the book (Letter I) there is a small exception. The text is closer to the middle of the book than usual. Therefore the page number is different as usual. The heading remains the same.