Text page of the Pentateuch, containing a decorative space filler set in the center of the left column, which contains the Onkelus translation. The space filler is comprised of two small quadrupeds, executed in brown and red ink. The larger animal is facing the left with it's tongue sticking out and is standing on it's hind legs with it's tail curved around the left leg and coming up around his body. Below him is a smaller animal crouching to the left with its head turned backwards.
Several places in the Onkelus translation and the surrounding commentary are decorated with double framed circles or half-circles executed in red ink. On the bottom of the page, part of the commentary is written in the shape of a circle and surrounded by a double frame in red ink.
The descender of the letter ק ("Kuf"), appearing twice in the word יעקב on the last line of the Onkelus translation is surrounded by a small foliate motif executed in red ink