Newly-given war architecture: which form fortress buildings in different well-feasible ways to bring more reinforcement and assurance / in associated figures including detailed explanation written by Christoff Heideman is the last component of the volume that collects several treatises with similar themes.
The section I have analysed consists of 67 pages. The first page of the book contains a very elaborate illustration in which two figures discuss about an architectural project illustrated on a sheet of paper. Drawing tools are depicted at the foot of the right character. Above them is the title of the book and the name of the author. Up to page 48, the book is written in a dense manner and, following introductory chapters, the pages are composed of paragraphs dealing with specific topics. These themes are complemented by the illustrations of the last pages, which are shown in a larger format on wounded sheets. Each paragraph corresponds to a specific illustration.
The theme of the book is war architecture and fortifications, and focuses on architectural details for a more optimal construction suitable for war.
The book has a size of 320×240 mm and is kept in very good condition. From time to time, words appear written with a slightly different character from the usual, which suggest that the book has been restored or corrected posthumously at the time it was written.