The book Mémoires sur les objets les plus importants de l’architecture written by Pierre Patte in 1723, begins with a letter to the reader. After that, the actual content of the book follows.The texts are divided into different chapters. The font has calligraphic features and the texts are aligned in block sentence.
You can find the page number at the top left or right of the Text.
The header also contains the title of the respective chapter. The Footer contains notes such as references or sources to the text. These are written in smaller font.
For each new chapter, the initial letter of the first word is written in greater font size. The titles of the chapters are listed in capital letters. Some titels are underlined, others aren’t. There are a lot of under chapters, all of them are numbered.
There are very few images in relation to the Text. Estimated 10% Images and 90% Text. However, these are large over a whole page. Sometimes they also go over double or even over folding sides. The pictures show the theoretical examples mentioned in the Text. The figures are numbered. This numbers are described and clearly listed in a legend. These are mostly architectural drawings and perspective views. Also, some plans are included. The pictures are always framed.