It immediately stands out that the book has very few texts, and this is due to the fact that it was probably not a book written with the pretension to explain theoretical concepts concerning the use of columns, but rather to show how many possible variations the ornaments could be incorporated on the columns, and how they could be inserted on different facades with different kind of ornaments. The pages chosen from me are the follwing : 11-12, 65-66, 119-120. The first two are part of the few initial pages where there is actually a text. In the 65-66 it’s interesting to see that the author actually gives also some “rules” on how to design colums with proportions and geometry. Then we also see something very strange in the pages 119-120 where there is a big drawing in a longer folded sheet of paper. I guess this choice had the purpose to give as many details as possible without dividing the whole deisgn in more pages, and thereby to see it in its whole complexity.