The geometric carpet is situated in the eastern most aisle of the synagogue. The carpet has a Greek inscription in the central area. It is enclosed within a rectangle, and consists of five lines which read as follows: May he be remembered for good and for blessing. Profoturos the elder constructed this aisle of the synagogue. Blessing upon him Amen. Shalom. The fifth line of the inscription is flanked by an ivy leaf within a curving stem. The geometric carpet consists of a grid of poised squares, each unit decorated with squares and poised squares. The squares have repeating geometric patterns which vary from square to square. The panel is framed by a pattern of triangles enclosing a double border.