Benjamin, Asher, 1773-1845. / The American builder's companion; or, A new system of architecture: particularly adapted to the present style of building in the United States of America
Plate 3 [Tuscan order], pp. 12-Plate 3 ff.
To7ae prpfinthe Tuscan order on a sup*th iid Sh ine to the Iight oftheoetabhu M-a eesais tequrdm iie~k into t~n prtsone of which is the diameter, of. the hu gv height of-the pedestal two diameters *and ffenmntsvttio entablature the sam heg -ht ifA th:*it~idon aeuplth All the muL hipandpati f te uscn; ~oicIonc;Cornthanand Compositeores areflgr~dfto~ ascae o sityparts, or minutesmd on thedimero their respective columns: see the scale .a, .c on ;the. TuscaA olumn, wIchi first divided into, twelve parts, vand ne i to five, and those prst be given to the mbuldingi in height -and prjcioa figured Ontheplte The cohn diinihesten minuttes as is figrdons the plae if 4t OnA Su the mould. entablature the aame h6ig t, as- lb-cy- All &.'_-_bf i&Tkin !gateway and Composite orders', mutts on fivm- a Of the ROM their respecave columns: 6ee the scale ..a, -t onthe T uscxsi first divided M'to, twelve parts, and o, five, and those p=s to IaMigi*ento, the in heigk and Twjection,, Wred O' plate. ten: uttes as guron the:P*
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