It is when he talks about ‘frontal elevations’ and ‘ground plans’ that he irritates me.
Several of these are shown in the two ground plans that have been given.
It may be well, finally, to note the entire absence in the ground plans of our churches of any reference to Purgatory.
They consist of: (a) Ground plans of a palatial building and three temples and fortifications with sculptured gate at Boghaz Keui.
The ground plans could be readily made out, except in a small part of the southwest corner.
The latter are wholly detached from the houses, as may be seen from the ground plans.
The three ground plans given are drawn to scale and represent kivas of average dimensions.
Thus, we have made the ground plans, the elevations and the roofs as simple as possible.
We must not close our notice without a word about the maps and ground plans, and the illustrations.
These ridges are shown on the ground plans (figures 294 to 298, and in plate XXV).