The composition of the book in terms of typography and illustrations: on all pages of the book, there is a margin on the outer side almost twice as large as on the inner side. In addition, the typeface is very large in the style of a typewriter and in proportion to the size of the book, so that only a few words have space on a page. The page numbers are above the Text on each page. There are very few illustrations in this book, on the first page there is a picture of a Flower Branch, but in this case it is only a kind of decoration and has nothing to do with the content of the book. So also on the second page, which looks like a second first page, as the title of the book is listed. The book is divided into articles, each named after articles and numbering. If this happens in the middle of a page, a line is drawn above it to finish with the article in front of it. On Page 45 There is a very small floral decoration at the bottom. However, even this picture has nothing to do with the content and serves only for embellishment. The same Situation arises on Page 71 and a very small, round picture of a woman. However, there is a relevant illustration, which is in the directory at the back of the book and shows plans of basilicas / temples. In general, one can say that the pages look mostly the same or similar when leafing through. Occasionally, part of the page is written in a smaller font size if it is a reference. The book mainly contains Text and since it is a very factual book about Christian temples, it is suitable as a non-fiction book for interested people in this area who would like to learn about the history of these temples.