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gitardeuole, c commendato. She coined the massacre of many rumors, and with the purchase of the whole
prouinciefita no less demonstrated the "value, which I made in the Crifiiana Religion, augu
mcntatoilfuo Kingdom, (fif accrefcmtofi l ’amor de fidditii aUe which" virtue couples uidofi yn
exception courtly, and kindly, your flammer mainly it is the one off the coast of Italy,
she fi makes Ttrincipe of so much [file I appreciate everyone, that agata aafcheduno ambifce of
^ to see it, and to reuse it: Therefore accept there M V. S. that dimajlrazjfione of the imo fin 
affection, and place me in the number of your smallest feridors, which I as such with ce \ a
fommtjfione I bow to her, and I beg you every longed for happiness.
T) t Venetia li il. say Mario ibi},
'Dì V. A. S crètti fs.
Vmi / ifs.é dìtiotìfs. Serti
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TO BENIGNI  AND LOVE
READERS
ARE that of all ficicnzc two hay the main purposes; vno de
which confillc in the pure, and simple act of the fpeculare, the other c
around the practical implementation of the colè fpeculater and it is not dub
bio, that the first of those duefini, by efier of the intellect
bed not included in the main part! of the soul nollra,
far from any alrerationc and of matter, hear from every efercitio mec
canic, and of the noblest, most perfect second; nothing less
fe we would like hauerriguardo, not perfection, is delighted par
ticulare, but all vtile, cperfettione ^ vnmerlàle, we will undoubtedly find, the met
tei c in pradca, and eleguirc le cole fpeculare, cll'cr more from defidcrarfi, and to confirm
that truth with exemplary phosphates, I say first, who of any, òpochifiima vtilità fa
it would lead to human life, which the doctor, stopping them in the flare contcmplarione of
Dature, and qualities of ('impiici, and de compolli medicamenti.lafcialTe glermi infermi priui
of that help, which with practicing the faenza row can bring him the same:
when some mechanic applies Je fue inuentioni à some matter! and ilrumen
to vtile ò in pacc, ò in war against viuere humano, is worthy of greater praise, and prize,
chel quietandoli in fpecularioni attracted byognifenfibil matter, dilprezzalfe
apply them to the common area. Concludes !! therefore, well, the fpeculatiònè is more no
bile of the practice, nothing less the practice is more vtile, and praise, for elTcr that
pcrfeziqne, and ornament of vn folointellcttoparticularc, and the vtile and comfortable one of
manyflats particu (ari, e delle in tcre Republichcv 1J which vtile, it is convenient vniucr
ale, fiafpin tome still to apply me after my ltudij of faenza matema
tics to that practice of profpcttiua; acciocne from the beloved my particularc prefo
in the speculations of fuclide, c by VneIlione, nenafcel7ùpurc some vile à queL
i, who like us haueflcro bifogno di feruirfi of prof pcttiua fc well this
The practice is breathed by others ingeniously, with unbounded, unbounded struggles
they are not trusted, that in implementing it, and poorly in degrading and, e
to place figures of many lines, and angles, are so intricate that
line
fcnza vna gran paticnza, and vna long effort cannot come to the end of the work. Tut
to that I flato (limolo di peniate (this is crazy way, it is the rule to age this
the operation, which elTendonii parato d'hauer trouato.na is also parato of pu
blicla, pervadendomi that she is for diète of play to those who love her finn
the faculties. Of perfection, I impetfecion of which I forgive the judgment
everything, and for everything à those who have relied on the rules given by many others, and I trust
gherò those who read it to see it willingly, which will be done rutcauol
ta.chehauranno regarding the (uncertainty of my soul. which is not of water
give me ambinola the de with the fuperarc gl others; but trustfully make some changes
ointment to the lludiofi di coli bella feienza • t fcconofcerò elièr grata, c received
willingly my work, I will take heart to give out, as soon as possible
between, Ia which in that matter will make it less beautiful ^ hevtile / folding with ellidif
fcultà lbccililll ne, which cites rubble They want to happen, fi prc ^ o ad .rrora
say it willingly, and give me heart to wait with more diligence, that forfè non hufat
up to the prefentc à limili ltudij. God congratulate you.
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Ctiìcdof ^ ò C & fàò '§i . * C ^ and entirely neèpriuo, c we
f / »ll preceti ti, cofa that elfendo by fua nature fenza terminerei fi can moftrarc
in infinite ways, such in truth is the will to make particular, and determined
place for defense to the vil
la, which has to see the images which have
not to defend in prolpettiua, attfo that the object itself can eflere
duto from infinite places., replying that apparent reason we say, that
for that reason, this is why the villa can be placed in infinite places
. . we have judged it necessary to use a particular place by way of dicac
and whoever works does not confuse them from infinity. So let's say that the dctcrmination of the one
go particulare fi has to be taken ò by neceflità, ò by electione, and by necelfità when conjugated by
the carelessness of the place, or from another accident, we do not want to walk away ^ to help ourselves to the object à pleasure
noltia, however, in these dips we have accommodated the best we have fooled, engineering ourselves as much
fia poflibile to accept them to the rule, which we want to give, ouc we will make free from any impediment for
that then elfendo in nollra eledone take the place of the villa, we judge ^ fruitful that vna lun
we are inspired by many details) douerfi elect so much chicken point, that
falling from an elf vna perpendicular over the plane, in which the object will make chicken, which fi
gnare in fcorcio, edal te rrr.ine of elf perpendicular pulled vna line to the nearest term of the ob
jet, that line drawn fiapiù vna time is half from the greater line tranfuerfa le ob
jet, which to the eye represents, in addition to the height of the villa, the third part of the
the dillanza now trouata, as for example, hauendo boredom to put in the short run what desire of the pre
fente figures, prefa the greatest transfuerfale line, ofwhich desire of the polle figures, which in this way there
polla appear, what is the line A. B. and drawn in the plane the line C. L. in elfa note them the C. L. fefqui
altera of the A. B. and from the point L. fi tiri fopra elfa the perpendicular L. D. along the third part of the
ilefla C. L. I Hello point D. will make the place oue fi has to be noticed because coli making the fcorci di
fegnati will have more gratitude to bring it to you, than by placing the villa in any other place, than
fi has taught us the maellra experience of all the whetstone.
BOOK FIRST.
moiod * mmm, n f cones (> J Coitolo V.
HAVING us now to begin the ufo of our rule to proceed now
perfic and rjuadr. ra peró tir, fi the finca of the piano, as in uU ra fonau A
nc tranfuerfale, notili neUa linea ddpianoh 4 L * trTph dclhT ^ ’r
fi shots h perpendicular ^ DdungaTa ^ erza ^ iarte & efò ° ™ 4 ° fda er ^ "* ^ dT ^^ d d; d P unt ° ^"
4  will be seen from the 4 ehioD.cheibrmaink Colo 2 ^ T 4 SJle
said up to here, there is no reason to keep silent vna vtifitf S tnom ^ n »n ™" • * f 1 f 'T habb, I love
fenidMf 1 bjC1 ^ a p 3 n °? ra ° pcratione, and that is die defidando no / ° ^ ednafco ^ gradato
nea habbia the date porportione the fuapartevXldfmn ^ nro ^? n ^ That all J dral '*
If we in the prefect figure defideraffimo chela line 4! na T 4 krghezze, as for example.
which is in the hole, pressing in the line i !!, '^ 1 Ue ^ m of *** •
to P. the line of the cut at angles rctti / upra the line of the uhn ^ r T 'an ° L: P  e. remote control 0 P cr d P ™
line 4.4.C will return to the digradatole line P 6 and óercheT r §U 'n T noft ™,, nt f n, t0> P <^> e
4. the line P. 6. barala mcdtSm. prjportfo ec ™ ite P S 'P ^ "*» «*
ti of L.4. So the P.6. will still make the trocar of the a 1 a V t, r V U P  L is "rc q" r
".Paratóia to R.S. and fi pull cofi from the deftracome ^ W ^ aCS ^ àì'h P ® r "" ^
n.edefimahnca O.Z.I The O.p. line is equal to the P.p.eperilpuntls.fitirilanàea line ^^ SftaS
said.aiqualHianolegauduoiiottSd: 1 ■ * PÌCC ° IÌChÌ0 ‘
in the figure of the dotted lines. Perc.oche'ilfilo
,, ^^^ L h X !! 3S ^^ S ^ ì £ ^ S ^
movable feet of two compatii, cofi da deftra. as to finish. ha rem ^; the*; »Or i Pj + c by crossing 1
between. and by the p.ede inibii, dd codilo delfa 5. ^ "
c crossing, da delira, edafiniilra, haremoi points u ^ a.da amali r? ran4 ^ 1. 1 P ^ d 0 '*' fo P. ril Spunto ?,
gora we will have divided the quadratone in icorcio! phlegm, which haucuamo profiled of / atc. 8 '* closing Ji, fi *
BOOK FIRST
'Ter put the square fuper / ìcie in / cordo with yn corner in yerfo la vtfla ^
Chapter V I.
IRISI the line of the plan A. lot which is drawn half of the square
B. E. F and from the corner E. pull them over the plane line, the E. E.
that line will make the tranfuerfale line good. But put the F. L.
tripladella E. E. c from point L. point of the width of the lead
line L. D. still adapt them to points D. and L the two threads, which represent
they propose for the lines to aim, and propose lynx R. S. and Z. O. l'na
square to the other, and finally pull the cut line C. P B. e
from the dillefo wire from point D. alpunto F. fi pigli along the line of
P. P. lengths P. i. which was transported to O. a. dirit
then the same thread over point E. will take them the length P. 4. efi will transpose to O. E.
and dillefo the other filoda L. over the angle E. will give us the width P. 3. in the line of the widths
ze P. B. whose width fi has to be transplanted in O. 3. and chicken the motionless foot of the breast
of length O. It is. in point 3. and that of width O. 3. in point E. cross
dodadeltra, and from ends between note them 7. 7. diftefofinalmenteilfilo D. B. take them long
p. 5 and that will transport them to O. 8. And we will have four points 2.07. e8.e 7.daqua
ìi pulling fcambicuohnente straight lynx, liarcmo the square surface in feor as looking for
uamo.
To make the figure eftgonain feorcio. 'Chapter yij:
ON and (I make cofa some of new in the operations following from the previous ones,
that it will be a long time, we will send it to you briefly, suggesting,
that the happy reader means very well, & polfcgga the cofe declared until
prefent. So let the coffees be prepared, that is, the lelpeadia
110 A. and she gives half of the hepagon B. B. D. E. And the dillance E,
L. the eye D. point of the lengths, and the point of the widths L. (a
cutting line C. P. B.lelineeà f.R. and O. Z. team with help
de wires the length P. 2. and the width P. 3. transport with the medium de
compafli, & of the lines R. S. & O. Z. of points 2. and 2. and in the same medium.
I give the length P. and the width P. 4. let us finish the points 3. and 3. and finally the length,
P. 6. the width P. 7. the points 4. and 4. and find the points, close the figure, and we will have the intent
noilro.
LIBR or first
To put the pentagon with vna delle fiue in the fcorcìo, do yerfi la vijìa i
Chapter VIII.
The ANO of difpoftelecofefolite, i.e.
they cut 3. 4. 1. 1. And the cut line C. P. B. and the point L. of the widths,
and eye D. is the true point of lengths, and from angle 4. it will draw vna line et
 ^ lead over the line of the plane, which will end in point 4. and with the wire straightened to
point 1. will pick the length P. 5. and with the thread L. straightened to point 1. fuocorriipon
tooth will take the width P. 6. c those carried, and crossed in the folito way, give us the points
1. 1. inside the lines (square, and with the same rule, points 2. and 2. and 3. and [close them]
the figure, and with that same rule we will put in short briefly what desire content contained by li
rectum.
To degrade the circle.
Chapter
I X.
WE have seen in previous operations, how to put in fcor
that is, the righteous lynx figures, we do not need to fe and not to find what
go fi habbino à lay the corners in the slope, which angles make up the
propofta figure, because trouati those, and from one to the other pulled straight lines,
fi confcguifce the intent, and the same rule dances to degrade all the rectum
linei. But because the circular figure has no poor angle it has in
finished, and nccefiario breath to degrade it deferiuere inside elle vn’poligo
110, from which fi polla cauare the perfect circle down, when poifia
melld in short with the previous rules, but because in the operation there is no fcr
on the other hand, that angles will have to divide the circumference of the circle into some parts, and
The two corners will support the corners of the polygon, as in the figure above,
in which A. vial plane line, I). the point of the lengths L. the point of the widths, and
the half circle to degrade them fiadiuifo of points 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. which represent us
not the angles of polygon referred to in the circle, from which the line of the plane falls
lead, livening it in points 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. corresponding to the angles, c from those with
the wire D. there in the cutting line the lengths P. 1. and P. 2. and P. 3. and from those of the
the circumference f take the widths with the thread L. P. 2. and P. 3. and P. 4. and hauendo di
already ordered the lines à fquadra R. S. and O. Z, interfacing between effa, is delirious, and from finiftra le
lengths corresponding to the widths will find points 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7 in the slope.
8. 9. me. over which with diligent hand fi will defend around the ouato, which
fenta the circle propofio. But in that place it does not seem to me to pafiarefottofilentio, which does not
else the circle down which vata figure Ouata, called by Greeks Elipfi we pollia more ago
cilmente to degrade the noftro circle, folo with the ritrouare the greater width, which is noted
in the cutting line P. 6. however, let the line L. 6. touch the circle, and the longest
g o. 1. prefers L. 6. for larger diameter, and 119. 1. for smaller diameter we will defer
vna elipfi in the way, that the Illuftriflìmo, & dottiamo Lord Guidobaldo de ’Marchefi del Monto
it marks the end of the fruitful book of the Planisphere.
L IBRO P R i M O
'Ter will degrade a party plann pictures.
Chapter X.
I A the plane line A. the cut line P. C. B. the point of the widths
L. the eye, and point of the lengths D. and N. has half of the plane to be digra
durh, diuifoperlengthwhichpartivgualihovannoh from points i. 2.
3. 4. 5. and for the half of the width it has diuifo from the points R. and H. Q_e N.
c defended between the team lines in short, with the help of the Chapter
the propoho plan, but not started, whose width is 9. 9.2. 2.
and the lengths 9. 2.e9. 2. now to start the square proportionally to
perfect, as far as the widths are concerned, diuiuerle them in equal parts, because those
not elfendo views in short, they do not vary proportionc from the perfect; hano
therefore diuifenc points G. H. 3. equattro, from which the lines G. 3. and H. 4. have been drawn and when
well volchimo, pollia with hlo L. find in the cut line the mcdehme diuihoni, but that
straightened to points R.darilediuihoni O. G. which made the G. H. into the slope and straightened to points H. N
piglieremolediuihoni I. Z. which in the downhill is 3. 3. To then find the fertile diuihoni Ia_ #
length, dihendah the thread D. at points 1. 2. 3.4. 5. "S ^ notinh in the cut line P. C.
P. 5. and P. 4. and P. 3. and P. 2. and P. 1. and those were transported over the team line O. Z.
"If they have the O. 5. the 0. 4Leo. 3. 0. 2. the Ò. 1. and for points 1. 2.3.4. 5. have pulled the para lines
lelle at 2. 2. c we will have the plan shared as h dehderaua.
JPeV dfegnare in fcorcio the me de fimo piano party d lifie i Chapter X /.
A prefente operatione will not different from the plaffé, except the diuihoni
they will not be vguali, but by resuming the downward medehmo is the medehmoper
fetto, as in the fruitful figure h sees, the perfect and diuifo à beneplacito in the
lille, their terms in length hano 1. 2.3.4. 5. and in the width R. S "
QjC.H. H. and trouate with hlo L. in the edge of the traps widths P. Z. P *
G.e P. 5. have been transported down the sloping line 2.2.coh da delira
as per lira ends in points 3. and 4. and 5. & prefe the furthest widths, which
P. i.P. will return to the cutting line o.c P. 2. traportinh in the digrato fo
pra the other line forged 9. 9. coh from deftra, as from hniflra nepunti G. c O. is
2. made that trouinh with the help of the hlo D. in the cut line the terms noted in the length
of the perfect, who will make P. 5. and P. 4. and P. 3. and P. 2. and P. 1. & qucfti have transfused in the line
à team O. Z. as in the hgura h see, then pull from the points noted in width 9. 9. à the points
their correspondents, lined in width 2. 2. and Humbly pull ndo for the points noted in the line.
O. Z. lines parallel to line 2. 2. will we have the sloping noftro shared in Iihe? as it was nolira
intention, as in hgura h sees.
BOOK FIRST
To slope the perfect square out of square into the fjord. Chapter
XII.
A P R fc. S E N T t operatone will do after the pacate in three cofe, vnaj
and that in part to edere the villa in the middle of the battana to defend the mere deV
the plant, which now lose the villa out of the sewer hi team
the whole plant 1 other and that when the square will make chicken further
from the line on the floor, the more you will shorten the digrato, and the first two!
I line they transport them over the line to the team interning them to delusion and fi '
mitra, now fihanno da mterfepre da vna folabanda. Siaadunquela line!
fX an i 1: 1> 7, ^ of the cut C. P. B. the eye, and point of the? e long !!
i i • ,, ^ cleaned of the widths L, Jelincc à foindn R rt 7 c *. the
nea of the Zìa plane the perfect square A RTD li p ^ V a i * i * * ^ Setolali
r> ne points} and 4. and j. and 6. then I use the width P a and V 'with vn'compaflo
fua cornfpondente length P. 8. fi have to interface between the lines! f! uadm a l "V f r ^
foioda man finiftra in point 2. likewise prefers the width P / eh fi! alm r odo k JjK h m a
g P 8. trapor c,! fiinterfe! andolenelpunto 3 ^ Xpm Ubro
hrThtZ P C Un§ Xt P h 7 'c l ^ rcc.mdcAc between the team lines, d? a in pLo 5 is 1 ™
nee a, eV a and S l "" Echino in point 4. and finally Stirino ter
; 3 '? • 4  c j. 4. and 2. 5. and we will have the square out of square as a bifoguaua. "
Ter pull tnprofpìttiua the mede fimo square with one angle yerfio la yifla 1
Chapter XIII. ''
1 The ANO ordered the folite cofe neceffarie as in the figure fi fi, and Iìa dificatoil
! perfect square R. S. D a from 1 whose angles lie above the line dd plane! cX Tj
perpendicular luuc, livening it in the corresponding points R. S. Q. D and nrpfr
with 1 wires the P.S.width and the corresponding correspondent length P, 2. fianS trapomre
ìntcrfecandoletralehneeafquadranelpunto 2. comefivededavna folabandihi
nmente the width! 5, p.with the length P j.fiiuterfechi in point 5. laP .6 with the P , in the
step 4. and finally the width P. 4. with the length P. 3. f i inrerlèch ^ ondpimto 3. and close ^
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BOOK FIRST
To put the figure in harmony, Ottogona is out of sight at Eira. Chapter XI III.
WE have the two following operations, not because they are cofc in efle
new 5 and diuerfe from the pallate, but folo to give occasion to those who work to make
the more familiar the noftra regulates, through the diuerfity of the figures. Siano
so as you see in the Ligurian feguentc mede in order, the line of the plane
no A. the cut line C. P. B. the point of the lengths D. the point
of the L. widths and the R. O. Z. square lines and from the corners of the
figure Ottogona fegnata T. fiano pull the commuter lines up the line
nea of the plan ^ livers it points i. 2. and 8. 3. c 7. 4. and 6. 5. à i qua
diphtheria the thread D. tie the cut line in points 2. 3. 4. and 5. and the
L. wire straightened at the corners of the octagon, mark the cutting line at points 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
7. 8. then prefers the length P. 2. it coins was corresponding to the width P. 4. and intersecting
between the squared lines in the folitOjharemo mode, point 1. and then prefigure the length P. 2. with
the width P. 7. is corrifpondcntc, they will give us the point 2. and then prefait the length ».
P. 3. with the width P. 8. will interface them in point 3. and with the same offer
interfacing each length with the corresponding width, we will notice between the water lines
dra the remaining points 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. between which fcambieuolmente pulling straight lines, fi will close
the degraded octagonal figure, as was our intention.
Ter to mark the Circle outside the square *
Chapter
x v. .
VESTA operation in the same way will not cause differia from the paffete ^ »
with all that the circular figure of a nature contrary to the straight lines,
that we trust her we will not be a circle, but a figure of many Latides
ferina inside the circle. Therefore, as in the figure fi see order
the cofe neceffarie, and the circle H. chicken fotto the line of the plan, fia diuifo
in how many parts nc like, uuertendo however that in how many more will diuiderare, tan
the more points you will find, the more graded it will be close to the circular shape.
So let the prefect diuifo partly led, and the Liano points noted with
mere continuous from i, until 16. and as said fulfe circle vn'polygon
rectilinear, limile to that of the previous Chapter, the corners of which are noted at the points in the circle
cumulation works in the folitous way, by making each point of the circumference fall lines
à lead, across the line of the plane, noting their terms with the numbers marked at the corresponding points
teeth in the circumference of the circle, as in the figure lifcorge, and from those points we will take, in the
the cutting line P. C. the lengths of the wire D. and straightening the other wire L. at the other points of the
the circumference we will take the widths along the line of the cut P. B. then interfacing between the
nee à fquadra each width with the corresponding length, will notice the points, which
they will fall in the circumference of a figure ouata,  above which pulling with diligent said hand
circumference, we will have the noftro circle digged with me voleuamo *
BOOK FIRST
r fcr iifcgnanìn / horn tlpozjcp of qundrt shape.
Cxpìttlo XVII.
ER to begin with what is fuccintently stated in
Chubby chapter; we propose to defend the shape well
square, with the villa in mezo, of which the line of the plain
half of the wood plant G. whose terms in the fiponda outside are R. S.
T. V. & in the interior H.O. and from the plant (the profile N. of the height is straightened
za who wants them, equcfto fi will do with doing (urging from the plant, this is by the firn ter
perpendicular mini lines which are those ending in M. A.
B. I. now fi would have for the ordinary rule to degrade the plant G. but for
tell them she will not be able to see in the slope that the T. V. chicken line is the point
of the arguments at the dense place, but that of the lengths this is D. higher than the folito, accio polla fig
open the mouth and the well, take them with the thread L. the width T. V. which is in the line of the table C
P. B. will return to P. S. and prefers with wire D. the corresponding length which is the distance of the perfect
of the cutting line, cioceffaP.V. which nàia line of the cut tomes P. 6. and crossed in
Polito way between the lines a (square R. S. and O. Z. both from delusion and from finiftra we will have the points 2.
2. among which tirili vna straight line iella now to degrade the medefima plant G . mainvn'pianotanto
) iiù elcuato of the line R. P. S. how much is the height of profile N., therefore spreading the wire D. al
point F. which binds the cut line in point 5. line 5. 6. will make the one that represents us.
the I.V. and because the point fi, ne) degraded gives us the points 2. 2. tirili Cover it line 2. 2. lcdue_.
perpendicular 2. j.e 2. 3. equal to the line s.fi.òvcropertrouareimedefimi points 3. 3. take it.
the length P. 8. with the corresponding height P. 5. & interfichinfi à delira, & à finiftra, which
they will give the same points 3. 3. among which tirili vna straight line. Copra laquale goes defcato in fcorcio
the 1 plan G. whose widths will mifure them in the folito way over the line P. B. but the lengths trust
I can take with the thread D. it does not cover the line of the plan R. P. L. but it covers the highest plane, the river is
along the M. A. B. I. line, by purifying it above the cutting line C.P. therefore diftefo the thread D. al
point B. the line P. C. blows in point 4. and prefers the length P. 4. & the corua correspondent width
za P. 7. interfecate to the way folito da delira, c da finiftra, will give us the points 5. 5. Humbly dif
fo the wire D. A. and preface the length P. 3. with the width P. 5. and the interfecatecidarannopounti 6. 6.
finally length 2. with wire M. and width P. 6. crossed will give us points 4.
4. join the lynxes 3. 4. c 5. fi. c 4. 4. c 6. 6. and fi. 5:04. 3. we will have defended the well, as fi de
fidcraua. Aucrtndo however, click on the same point, which in descending the planes by the lengths, in the
putting the fodi in fcorcio will also give us the heights, but when we deal with elf we will call it fenza
unlike any point of the heights, or true lengths.
To put ilpozip in forks Get it. Chapter XVIII
ISEGNISI half of the plant D. as seen in the lines
13.fi. S.e 2. 4j7. From which the profile M. lurges at the height that defi
fponda of the well, c from all angles of the plant, straight linesàpiom
bo vcrlo the eftrema line of the profile terminate in points corresponding to effe
1 .2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.8. and order the cut line, the team lines, the point of the
the widths, and that of the lengths, piglin them in the folito way the widths with
the L. diftefo wire at all corners of the plant along the cutting line P. 2.P.2.
P.3.P.4.P. 5.P.6.P.7.P.8. and because they will not be able to see in the downhill slope that
I make three of the well shaft, from the corner 6. of the leaded plant vna li
nea over the line of the plane, which blows it at point N. and with the wire D. diftefo à the points O. N. piglinli le,
lengths P. X. c P. H. then prefers the width P. 5. with the corresponding correspondent length P. X.
which interfecate over the line from square to delt; to, and from finiftra, will give us points 2. 2. and the width
P. 8. with the length P. H. pumÌ33diftefopoiilfilo D. will give us all points of the profile, no
t i nfi in the cut line all the cuts contained between point P and the numbers 1. 2.3.4. 5 ■ fi.78.le qua
you interface them between the team lines, each with the corresponding width, we will end
not all the points, which in the disgorgement of the piece fi ve, between which trouati that are, pulling the lines
nce straight as you see it, the infcorcio well will defend them, as we have to do.
BOOK FIRST
Chapter
x v r.
me
HAVING hitherto been largely around the rules of putting in
icorciolc fuperncie contained coli de straight lines, as from circulars, & douen
I have to panare with the reasoning à the fojidi bodies, and with the rules of degrading them
c! c l, ario f nma that we give hand douere make not small vtiJità, the di
clarify first with breue difcorfo, c prove that the following operations
they will not be different from the pallate, eperfuadere eh. you learn that there is no
haucrc cola iidfuna di nuouo, cheglihabbiada bring difficulties, every
\ GuJa UIC he to mtefo well, and pofledenì the co fé said / ino to here. So it is from
■ rr. ,, f ^ cl; c chc t u mtcrcrc 1,1 pi / o / pettiua bodies (you hate, like fcale, cafe, Chiefe, & there 
nini cdifiti, is nothing more than to degrade the medefima, ò diuerfe fupcrficie fra different planes, I say
didèienturadi them to edere 1 vno chicken more, or less high than the other, such that who will prefo well the
way of degrading the fupcrroccio, not cheating to fear, nor bewildering them of ivy to Clash in diffi
cu «some, ni. for many times the cofe fteffe, not by their nature, but due to firm difficulties
mind, Scofcuran. teda who treats them fogiiouo appear difficult, us to fiiggire quedo error with
i ^ e ^ nanzuccrcheremod. cfply the concept noftro piùchi.irmnenre 1
• »r * wr» to E AD \ NQVE will try to put the cube A.B in depth into profpcttiua C. D. E. F.
G. H. Whenever we have ritrouaro oue habbino them to be placed in the slope ° 1 * 
eight Points A. B. C D. E. F. G. H. podiums at the corners of the cube, it is no doubt.