The height of a capital will be one module, and its breadth two and one sixth modules.
The columns themselves will be nine modules and a half in height.
Each of the intercolumniations, except those in the middle, will measure two modules and a quarter.
The thickness of the columns will be two modules, and their height, including the capitals, fourteen.
In the most elaborate Italian modules the regulating chamber is arched over, and its dimensions are very exactly prescribed.
Six had its merit, because the first statuaries divided their figures into six modules.
The ancients accordingly gave seven heads and a half to the Venus, and eight heads and some modules to the Apollo.
The middle intercolumniations in front and in the rear will each measure three modules.