This paragraph contains a small analysis of the anatomy of the book “Trattato delle piante & immagini de sacri editori di Terra Santa” and indeed from that edition, which is owned by the ETH-Bibliothek in Zurich. The book “Trattato delle piante & immagini de sacri editori di Terra Santa” by Bernardino Amico from 1620 mainly contains information in the form of text written in the Italian language and images of religious buildings in the Holy Land. The book begins with a prologue and ends with an epilogue. Bernardino Amico has divided the main part of the book into 47 chapters and labeled each with the corresponding Roman number. The edition, which is owned by the ETH-Bibliothek, has a height of 22mm, a breadth of 290mm and a width of 215, so it falls in the book size category “Quarto” (size letter F). Overall, the book has 138 pages, if one counts the front and back of a sheet in the book individually and does not consider any part of the cover of the book as a page. These 138 pages contain 47 illustrations, some of which require two pages. On these illustrations you can usually see a floor plan or a sectional drawing, which has been hatched in such a way that the incidence of light is clear.