The picture below the text (Esther 9:10-22) illustrates Mordecai on a horse being led by Haman. The other sides of the frame depict boys blowing a horn on a vegetal decoration. The picture below the text illustrates Esther 6:11: "... Ha'man ...brought him on horseback through the streets of the city, and proclaimed before him, Thus shall it be done unto the man whom the king delighted to honor". The picture depicts Mordecai riding a white horse, leaded by Ha'man, through the streets of the city of Shu'shan. A great audience is gathered around them, looking. The buildings of the city are at the background. The top frame represents 2 seated boys, in profile, turning to opposite directions. They are blowing the horn. Ha'man in a green robe and a blue coat, is holding a sceptre in his left hand and the reins of the decorated horse. Black bearded Mordecai is riding the horse in a crimson robe. On each sides of the two boys are blowing horn. The upper right boy seen in profile. Turning leftwards. The lower right seen from the back, turning rightwards. The boys on the left are seen from the back. The upper left boy is turning rightwards, the lower is turning rightwards. they are wearing red robes, green coats and red-yellow turbans (besides the upper boy on the right who has a red cap).