Vol. II, fol. 168: The initial word I shall crown (אכתיר; Davidson, Thesaurus, א 3301) opening the yozer of the morning service for the first day of Sukkot is written by scribe A in display letters (height: 40 mm., 3 lines), and the first seven lines of the piyyut are spaced to accommodate the decoration. Scribe B filled the space on the right with a blue lion rampant wearing a red crown, framed by a mandorla with red scrolls. The crowned lion illustrates the initial word אכתיר. On the left, Scribe B filled the space with six concentric semi-circles and a half-rosette in red and blue colour. The half-rosette may allude to the sun and relate to the blessing recited before this yozer: "… who forms light and created darkness" יוצר אור ובורא חושך)).