As mentioned in task two, this book has no clear order. That also has an influence on the organization of each page. On a typical page we find a running text. The only headings are the titles on top of each page. Remarkable is that the pages are numbered on top and not at the bottom.
The illustrations are presented on the right part of the double pages in form of a foldout spread. For me it’s hard to figure out what kind of illustration these are. Johann Heinrich von Landsberg is talking about squares and how to fortify them. So I assume that the illustrations are showing these squares. On one hand it could be a top view of the squares. That would indicate an architectural drawing. On the other hand it could be schematics of the squares.
The illustrations have no numeration. And the Index has no references about the content of the illustrations. But by the way these are inserted into the book (on the left part of the double page the text and on the right part the illustration) we can assume that the illustration is directly referring to the text on the left. It seems like the text and the illustrations have a similar importance. We have alot of text in this book who is completed by the illustrations. For me the size of the foldout spreads doesn’t stand for more importance, it’s just a chance to be more detailed.
Because of the fact that the illustrations are organized as foldout spreads the book is much smaller. That indicates that this book is designed to be taken with you. That could be an evidence for the book being more a handbook for engineers than a book for academic studies.