Vitruvius Teutsch from Walther Hermann Ryff
The book Vitruvius Teutsch is a very clear structured book. After the title page, the dedication pages are to be found. Followed by the table of contents, the table of illustrations and the register. The book consists of twelve chapters the first being the introduction and the last the conclusion. The ten chapters in between are named after Vitruvius 10 books of Architecture. These ten chapters are then divided unequally in 98 sections, with the corresponding page number, providing the reader more convenience to search through the book. The table of illustrations provides the information of all the illustration used in the book along with the page number. And if the reader wants to look up a word, there is a register before the first chapter, with the given page number. Ryff starts to number the pages at the introduction, counting 330 double pages. In total there are 356 double pages, which is equal to 712 pages. In total there are 162 illustrations. The book has the size quarto, with a width of 200 mm, a length of 310 mm and a height of 55 mm. The cover is 5 mm thick and is painted in brown, red, orange color.