The second text panel is surrounded by 7 depictions. Four depictions on the right are common with the first text panel.
1. Long laid table with several men and women seated at it - possibly depicts both feasts given by King Ahasuerus (Es. 1:3-8) and Queen Vashti (Es. 1:9).
2. Choosing Esther by the king who is seated under a canopy and two women kneel before him.
3. Possibly Esther as the queen (with a scepter in her hand) with two maidservants.
4. Five nude women with spindles in their hands - most likely the representation alludes to a tale included in BT Megillah 12b saying about Vashti who "would bring Jewish girls, strip them naked and forced them to work on Shabbat". However, some other interpretations are also possible.
5. Seven maidservants of Esther (Es. 2:9).
6. Two messengers holding sticks in their hands delivering possibly the decree of Haman (Es. 3:13).
7. A group of Jews standing in front of a synagogue (possibly alludes to Es. 4:3). The synagogue is presented as a high building with a lower attachment in the left (women's section). The Star of David above the entrance was probably added in the 19th century.