Greetings_13 Posted on 10/20/202111/04/2021 Img1: I chose this image, because it shows an overview of the five orders. Which is the main theme of this book. It also shows a short text that mentions how the author uses vitruvius’ teachings to compare them to real historic columns. Img2: I chose this image, because of the interesting versions of one of the orders. These versions seem like they don’t represent the actual tuscan order, making it look more ornamentic. The physical version of this page is different, the paint is more saturated, and the text about Vitruvius has been altered slightly. Also there’s an additional handwritten text in red. This page is very interesting: Even though it seems to have been printed, it’s a mirrored version of the digital copy. The illustrations are mirrored while the texts are the right way around. I personally don’t understand how you would print a mirrored version at that time. The book is in a pretty bad condition, some pages are missing, some others have been partially cut out, then later been repaired (presumably by a different person) and redrawn with a pencil. The book is pretty thin (about 1.25 cm). The details that reveal things about that time are very interesting and numerous.