Measuring the universe: in the chapter on the education of an architect related disciplines, as here with astronomy, have things in common such as harmony, proportion, optics
|Cesariano, Cesare (1483-1543)
SOURCE: Vitruvius. De architectura (Como, 1521), ed. Cesare Cesariano, Liber Primus, p. XI verso NOTES: This 1521 edition of Cesare Cesariano's translation and commentary on Vitruvius's treatise entitled 'De Architectura' (Ten Books on Architecture) is the first edition of the treatise not in Latin. Vitruvius's original, unillustrated treatise was written during the first century BC. The woodcut illustrations in this edition, most probably drawn by Cesariano, are largely based on the cuts in the 1511 edition of Vitruvius edited by Giovanni Giocondo.
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