In the presented theoretical work, he elaborated the "Rules of the Five Orders of Architecture", where he followed up on Vitruvius and defined the principles of classical Greek architecture of column orders, ie column-pillars and their lintels. These theories were later developed by Andrea Palladio and gradually moved into Renaissance, Baroque and Classicist architecture for many centuries. Giovanni (Jacopo) Barozzi da Vignola (1507-1573), an Italian Renaissance architect and theoretician of architecture, a disciple of Michelangelo, completed his basilica of St. Peter and Our Lady of the Snows in Rome. His own essential building is the Roman church of Il Gesú, which has become a model for Baroque churches in Europe, such as the church of St. Ignatius in Prague. A total of 95 pages of Italian-Dutch-French-German text, with their own fonts and initials.