Comment on Argument_25:
Hi, I came across your post while looking up churches as my book “De sacris aedificiis a Constantino magno constructis” also deals with that topic. I noticed that your book has a lot of structural similarities with mine. My book has also several divisions and the most exciting part is the last section where only the illustrations of the buildings are being shown. That includes the exterior facades, sections, floorplans, and different views of the building. Just like your book mine also had quite a lot of foldable pages with quite big and detailed drawings which was quite a surprise.
Comment on Argument_88:
I stumbled upon your post due to the fact that your book was written in Latin. My book ”De Sacris Ædificiis A Constantino Magno Constructis “ was also written in Latin and I also had trouble finding an English version of the complete book during the assignment. There wasn’t as much information on the internet as I hoped to find, and it was quite frustrating. Another similarity our books share is the end of the book. Mine also ends with beautiful Illustrations of many architectural churches or holy buildings as it’s translated. I think that was the highlight of the book and made it more approachable or “sympathetic ” as you described.