Text column no. 4 is flanked by two illustrative panels on either side (nos. 6 and 7 on the right and nos. 8 and 9 on the left). Illustrations 6-8 are labeled in Hebrew.
Illustration 6 is inscribed וימלא המן חמה (Haman full of wrath, Es. 3:5). It shows Haman with black beard standing in the center and Mordecai on the right. While everybody is bowing to Haman, Mordecai is standing streight and not looking at him.
Illustration 7 is inscribed בחדש הראשון... הפיל פור (In the first month ... he cast Pur, that is, the lot, Es. 3:7). The scene shows Haman in the center, near a table, on which another person draws dice. Other people in the illustration, including a fat woman who is his wife Zeresh, look at Haman and the dices.
Illustration 8 is inscribed ויזעק זעקה גדולה ומרה (and cried with a loud and a bitter cry, Es. 4:1). The scene shows Mordecai in a chequered robe (sackcloth), with a scroll in his pocket, crying, with hands lifted up. Behind him, children cover thier ears with hands. In the background, two Assyrian Lamassu (human-headed winged bulls) flank the city gate.
Illustration 9 is not incribed. It shows four male and two female Jews is chequered robes (sackclothes) crying and praying.