The page includes headings followed by illustrations and associate tables for two constellations, Andromedaצורת) האשה) and Triangulum (המשולש), which end is on the verso of this page (fol. 67v, see document).
Andromeda is illustrated in the lower right column by a tall woman with blond long hair stepping barefoot to the left and outstretching her arms to the sides. She is dressed in light blue rob with long open sleeves. Her uncovered parts of the body are painted in pink (now black), her facial features erased.
Twenty three burnished gold bezants, twenty of which are circled in red, marking her stars are spread over her body and dress according to the table in the left column; the largest one is placed on her chest.
The following constellation Triangulum in the lower part of the left column is illustrated by a triangle in pink (now black) and magenta colours with four gold bezants marking its stars. They are placed according to the table on the verso of the page on the three corners and on the center of the horizontal line of the triangle.
The page includes at the top right also the table of the constellation Pegasus ((חצי הסוס, which its illustration is missing in our manuscript. The headings of the constellations written within small rectangular panels with gold borders in burnished gold letters on dark blue ground surrounded by dots and floral motifs in white and red colours. The upper border of the triangle 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
 For the illustration associated with Pegasus, see Sassoon 823, p. 122.