Ferdinando Ruggieri’s “Scelta di architettura antiche e moderne della Città di Firenze” consists of architectural drawings and explanatory texts underneath them.The book itself is full with references of buildings of known architects such as Michel Angelo Buonarroti. The pages of the book are not two sided and every single sheet has just one drawing or text on it. Most of the pages have one architectural drawing on them. Just the minority of the pages have text or both text and an illustration on them, and texts are just one or two sentences long. Although the text in the book takes so little space in comparison to the drawings, it consists of a lot of headings, which is the reason why the font size and style of text varies throughout the book. The first heading is written with Times New Roman Bold 483 with the font size 83, but the headings that follow this one are written with Times New Roman 34 with font size 36 or Times New Roman 60827 with font size 39,5. The text underneath the headings is written with Times New Roman 3396 with font size 29 or Helvetica Bold 60828 with font size 13,5. The explanatory text underneath the illustrations is written with Times New Roman 1812 with the font size 8. As you look through the book you can also find margins and short text that seem like small notes on some of the illustrations. The illustrations are referenced and are listed in the beginning of the book. Most of them are self explanatory because of the detail they have, which leaves them without the need of any texts underneath them. Because the book in question is an architectural book the reader expects mostly illustrations consisting of perspective views, concentrating on the depth of a space, but in this book there are mostly just detailed architectural drawings of doors, windows, passages or the plans of the buildings.