That hand writing should mean the distance between the equilateral tri­an­gle's base and the base of the square, where the man stands, should be 1­/14 of the height of man into square.
Back to that sen­tence, the ratio of 1/14 of the height from the base of the square must be defined by the line on which rest the feet apart; and since those of the figure do not rest on the same vertical he­ight, we could never ver­i­fy this assumption, if not referring to the equi­lat­er­al tri­an­gle whose si­des pass through the ball-and-socket joint of the fe­murs, then with the ver­tex on the navel, no matter how the leg is designed.