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a.1.Of or pertaining to ichonography; describing a ground plot.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Learning materials were about the detailing of longitudinal bars at the tops of antiseismic corner columns from one Chinese Drawing Collection for National Building Standard Design, 11G101-1 (drawing rules and standard detailing drawings of an ichnographic representing method for construction drawings of RC structure).
Many of them survive today, including geographic sketches of the entire Piombino coastline, "The Arno River and its Watersheads" with its extraordinary aerial perspective, showing the river, with its vein-like tributaries and intricate drainage patterns curving its way through the mountains near Pisa down to the marshlands of the Chiana Valley and one of the "City of Imola." The unprecedented accuracy of this first ichnographic map, based on his odometer readings, was critical, as Imola was an important military base.
Clearly, spence had a genius for accessibly deconstructing familiar and powerful ichnographic images.