Example 89, fig. 91, represents the base of the order. Heights, beginning with be, 10, 7, J, 2i, $, 2, 2, i, 2, $, 4$, 2, 1; projections, beginning with bd, 42, 42, 88, 36, 37, 37, 36, 36, 37, 36, 34. ^ Example 90, fig. 92, represents the capital of the order. The semi-diameter of shaft at neck is 26 parts; the fillet $ in height and 27 in projection; the astragal 4 in height and 29 in projection. The height from 6 to a is 70, projection from a to c 45, and to d 60; the heights on the line fe are used by the intersection of the line dc to find the height of the ornament. Another form, with the ornaments filled up complete, is given in
Example 91, fig. 93.
Example 92, fig. 94, is the Composite entablature. The heights of the mouldings, beginning with 6c, are as follows: 12, 2$, 15, 1$, 3$, 4, 2, 30,
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