||A rectangular panel beneath the text illustrates the passage above which commences, לפיכך אנחנו חייבים להודות ... ]ש[הוציאנו מעבדות לחרות, "It is therefore our duty to thank ... He [who] brought us forth from slavery to freedom." The scene shows the bearded, crowned Pharaoh accompanied by an advisor, standing on the left before a building. Pharoah holds his scepter in his left hand and points with his right forefinger at Moses and Aaron who stand before him. Moses holds his rod in his right hand and gestures towards a group of Israelites with his left. To the right of the scene, the Israelites leave the city seen behind them, walking with their children and cattle carrying sacks on their shoulders. A personified full moon is visible above Moses and Aaron indicating that the event took place at night. Above this panel, a small, square panel on the right of the text space encloses the initial letter, "Heh," beginning Psalm 113 in the Hallel. The letter, executed in spared ground technique, surrounds the figure of King David. He wears a fur cape and long robe, and holds a scepter and harp.