The page includes headings followed by illustrations and associate tables for two constellations Ursa Minor ((הדוב הקטן and Ursa Major ((הדוב הגדול, which end is on the verso side of the page (fol. 66v, see document).
Ursa Minor, in the upper part of the right text column, is illustrated by a brownish-gray bear with eight gold and silver bezants marking its stars, facing to the left. The stars are spread according to the text in the table below: seven gold stars outlined in red ink along the body of the bear, and one silver star outside its body, under the tail. This represents the star in the table, which "is a close one and not in the form" (כוכב זה הוא מזל קרוב ואינו בצורה).
The second constellation Ursa Major illustrated in the lower part of the column by a larger brown bear facing to the right. Thirty five burnished gold and silver bezants of various sizes are located in correspondence with the table on the left column: twenty seven golden stars outlined in red ink along its body and eight silver stars outside it: two above the tail and six below the front legs (most of which exceed also the boundary of the table).
The heading of the constellations are written within small rectangular panels with gold borders in display script in burnished gold letters on dark blue ground surrounded by dots and floral motifs in white and red colours. The upper border of the two separate panels of Ursa Major extends upwards to include the flag of the letter lamed.
The tables are written in alternating red and brown ink including headings in geometrical (zigzag) shapes in micrography. Actually, these are the first tables of the fixed star catalogue. At the top right of the page, above the title panel of Ursa Minor, is the heading of the catalogue, written in red script referring to the year 1391, for which the catalogue was prepared (see Scribal Notes).