Col. 6. On the left, a scribe or the king (?) writes one of the decrees and two men are watching at him. Five other men are standing nearby; two of them have spears in their hands. In the scroll, the episodes are not depicted in the chronological order, therefore, it is difficult to determine which event is shown in this cartouche.
Co. 7. The scene is difficult to interpret. On the left is shown the king seated on the throne under a canopy. In front of him, there is a group of men (soldiers?) clothed in the same garments. In the background, three tents are visible.
The cartouche encloses a scene of the bearded Ahasuerus sitting on a throne under a canopy on the left, holding a scepter. At the center stands Haman (?) before a group of soldiers against a camp with three tents in the background.
The scroll is formed of 7 membranes with 26 text columns, with 17 lines each.
Membranes are stitched
Online collection of the ritual objects from the E. Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute is available here: http://cbj.jhi.pl/collections/964689