Col. 20. On the right, Ahasuerus sits on his throne and outstretches his right hand; a guard stands behind the throne. On the left, a man (possibly Haman) stands at the center and holds a sheet that can contain the text of the decree against the Jews that he dictates to three scribes sitting at a table (Es. 3:12).
Col. 21. On the right, Esther followed by two maidservants standing before the enthroned Ahasuerus. She asks the king to hang Haman's ten sons and Ahasuerus raises his scepter towards her (Es. 9:13). On the left, the ten sons of Haman hang on a gallows and a guard holding a spear stands behind it (Es. 9:14).
Esther, Book of (following the order of the story) | Scribe(s) writing Haman's decree (Es. 3:12)
Esther, Book of (following the order of the story) | Esther asks the king to hang Haman's sons (Es. 9:13)
Esther, Book of (following the order of the story) | Haman's sons hanged (Es. 9:14)
Ornamentation: | Endless knot
The scroll is formed of 7 membranes with 26 text columns, with 17 lines each.
Membranes are stitched
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