Full text: Vitruvius: De architectura libri decem ad Caesarem Augustum, omnibus omnium editionibus longè emendatiores, collatis veteribus exemplis

DE ARCHITEC. LIB. III. id demum aſſecuti ſum{us}, vt ab his intelligamur, qui in hoc diſciplinæ genere ſunt
verſati, at certè effecim{us}, vt qui periculum non fecerint, cum rem ipſam cogno-
ſcent, digno recenſuiſſe modo ſtatuant.

67.1.

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Figure 1. Ionicum Capitulum.

Columna astraga-
lum habet, & apophy-
ges cum ſuis limbis,
alta ipſa, quantũ craſ-
ſum habet imum ſca-
pum octies. Baſis non
ſuperat altitudine me-
diam columnæ craßi-
tudinem. Qua partita
in partes tres, imam
relinquem{us} plintho: du{as} reliqu{as} in tres
ſecabim{us}, quarum in-
fimam cum in ſex di-
uiſerim{us}, vnam dabim{us} astragalo inferiori, vnam item diuiſam in æqu{as} portio-
nes duab{us} regulis quæ ſcotiam claudant, complectentem quæ restabant partium
ſex partes quatuor. Media diuidetur pari modo in partes ſex, quarum vnam habe-
bit astragal{us} ſuperior. Scotia ſuperior clauditur duab{us} regulis, quarum quæ ſu-
perior eſt, vni{us} eſt partis, inferior dimidiæ tantum. Ita ſcotia hæc partes habitura
eſt tres & dimidiam. Summa tertia parte fiet tor{us}.

Figure 2. Ionica baſis.

Stylobata proportionis
erit ſeſquialteræ, id eſt,
quadrati parium late-
rum & ei{us} dimidiæ par
tis. Sed vtrinque adiun-
gentur ſextæ partes pro
coronice & baſi. Ipſum
quadratum in hoc gene-
re et alijs petitur ex per-
pendiculo plinthi baſis. Coronix diuidetur in par
tes decem: quarum duæ
dabuntur cymatio, vna
ei{us} regulæ, tres coronæ,
duæ ſimæ, vna hinc, & altera istinc pro regulis. Baſis diuidetur in partes quinque. Vna dabitur astragalo
& regulæ, quæ ei{us} medietatem habebit: ſecunda ſimæ inuerſæ cum regula, quæ

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