||In the lower part of the page is an illustration of the : יוסף תקיף יצריה (Davidson, II, י' No. 2161, p. 359), for the seventh Commandment "Thou shalt not commit adultery." Joseph is on the right, wearing a pointed Jewish hat, and identified as יוסף הצדיק "Joseph the righteous". With his right hand he holds a kettle and gives a goblet to the woman identified as אשת פוטיפר "wife of Potiphar" who is seated on a high backed chair in the center. Her hair is spread; she wears a brown dress and a red coat with an elaborate clasp. "Her friend", חברתה is seated on a high backed chair on the left. Her hair is spread; she wears a red coat and is cutting her finger with a knife. The entire scene is enclosed by an arch-shaped frame. The inscriptions are from the >piyyut> which follows. To the left of the frame, אישמת שיבבתה והכדין אמרה לה אית לי חד טליא זעיר ומינק הוא יוסף "She invited her neighbour and rightly said to her, I have one small nursing lamb, this is Joseph". To the right of the frame, עבדת קרית ליה גבירתיה קום קטר חרצך ושמש כעבדא. קם ומזג בכסא "And his mistress called him and told him to take off his robe and serve her as a slave. He got up and poured the cup". The entire scene is enclosed by an arch -shaped frame.