The full page panel which depicts the ten plagues is arranged in four horizontal rows with three plagues in each of the first three rows and one in the bottom row. The plagues’ name is inscribed above its’ panel.
1st row from right to left:
Blood – The panel depicts a city with a river running next to it in which float dead fish.
Frogs – The panel depicts a room with four men siting around a table filled with frogs.
Lice – The panel depicts an outdoor scene with three men scratching their heads and a seated women with a child. From the clouds above them insects are falling.
2nd row from right to left:
Beasts – The panel depicts wild animals approaching a walled city.
Murrain – The panel depicts a group of six men laying in a field with birds flying above their heads. In the background is a cityscape.
Boils – The panel depicts a field in which a man with three knives(?) in his hands stands in front of two women with children and a man between them. The people are scratching themselves.
3rd row from right to left:
Hail – The panel depicts a storm and hail is seen pouring down on a field with a tree on the right.
Locusts – The panel depicts a field over which hovers a flock of locusts.
Darkness – The panel depicts a city under the dark in which two men are seeking their way. A moon or a sun in darkness is at the middle.
Death of the first-born – The tenth plague is depicted in three scenes, which occupy the whole row. In the middle panel Pharaoh is seated on his throne, his hands stretched aside. On either side is a panel depicting a room filled with laying dead children.