S.43/44 PDF UniBib Heidelberg
These pages grabbed my attention with this twisted column on the left, which stands in contrast to the rather basic tapered columns on the right with a base and a capital.
S.70-72 PDF UniBib Heidelberg
Here we can see a Doric looking column with an architrave and frieze, also fitting to the Doric order, except for this cow skull which seems to me a bit out of place, it resembles more of a western saloon than an antique temple.
S.117/118 PDF UniBib Heidelberg
There are statues in front of antique buildings, they have the height of a column and might portrait the different orders (Doric-male/Corinthian-female) also the architraves and friezes seem to confirm that statement.