In the centre of the outer margin there is a drawing of a womb-like object, executed in brown? ink. It is flanked by two semi-circles shaped as ovaries, each one enclosing the number 390. Above the drawing there is an inscription, probably by the original scribe: "Male and female in gematria [numerology] are androgynos" (זכר ונקבה בגימ' אנדרוגינוס). The numerical values of the letters in the Hebrew words "male and female" and in the word "androgynos" add up to the sum of 390.
The drawing is related to the main text: "Male and female in gematria androginos teaches that he created him with two faces…" (זכר ונקבה בגימטרי' אנדרוגינוס ממלמד שבראו שתי פרצופין...)and was probably executed in the 16th century.