At the bottom of the page is the initial word “night” ליל which opens the piyyut “ליל שימורים אותו אל חצה” (Davidson III 726 pp. 33) recited on the first eve of Passover. The word is written in bold square Ashkenazi script in red ink for the first “Lamed” ל and in dark brown ink for the two other letters. The word is enclosed within a rectangular panel divided into two vertical compartments, the right compartment in green ink and the left in red. The panel is filled with a criss-cross ground, which incorporates three grotesques and palmettes in spared ground technique. Tendrils in green and red ink extend from all sides of the panel. On the left side of the panel, intertwined in the tendrils, is a standing human grotesque. On the top of the page is the initial word “blessed” ברוך, written in bold square Ashkenazi script in dark brown ink. The word is enclosed within a rectangular panel in brown ink. Tendrils in green and brown ink extend into the margins. The opening word is enclosed within a small rectangular panel filled with foliate branches in brown? penwork.