## The Encyclopedia of Architecture, Historical, Theoretical, and Practical |

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C ER From the

CD , CE of the

describe arcs intersecting in F . Then join CF , and it will be the perpendicular ...

C ER From the

**given**point C ( fig . 359 . ) with any radius cut off any equal partsCD , CE of the

**given**line ; and from the two с centres D and E with any one radiusdescribe arcs intersecting in F . Then join CF , and it will be the perpendicular ...

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from the point B as a centre , with the radius BC of the

arc DCE ; join AD , AE , DE , and ADE is the equilateral triangle sought . 1016 .

Prob . XX . “ To inscribe a square in a

from the point B as a centre , with the radius BC of the

**given**circle , describe anarc DCE ; join AD , AE , DE , and ADE is the equilateral triangle sought . 1016 .

Prob . XX . “ To inscribe a square in a

**given**circle . ( Half AB , BC , & c . forms an ...Page 307

Therefore in this case nothing more is required to find the limits of the other

diameter , E than to take the half diameters IK , KH of the

from the extremity L with that distance describe an arc cutting the unlimited

diameter in ...

Therefore in this case nothing more is required to find the limits of the other

diameter , E than to take the half diameters IK , KH of the

**given**diameters , andfrom the extremity L with that distance describe an arc cutting the unlimited

diameter in ...

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### Contents

HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE | 1 |

PAGE PAGE | 11 |

Areades above Arcades 854 Sect 14 Circular Windows 951 | 13 |

Copyright | |

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