The rectangular panel depicting sanctuary implements is situated at the south end of the nave, above the zodiac panel. In the center of the panel a Torah shrine is depicted, flanked by two seven-branched menorah and two lions. Each menorah is set among a shofar, a mahta, a lulav and a thin branch.
The Torah ark with its doors shut, is composed of three columns surmounted by vessels. In between the columns is a geometric pattern The Torah ark is topped by a gable with a conch in the center,and flanked by two birds. The two seven-branched menorah are composed of alternating round and oval links. The stems and branches are connected by a bar at the top, with seven lamps. Those of the left menorah are lit. The menorot differ in the design of their base: on the right, three bead-like legs are connected by a bar; on the left, three ribbon-like legs emerge directly from the stem.
Below the menorot are two confronting lions with their mouths open. A shofar, mahta, lulav and ethrog are depicted near the Torah ark. At the right edge of the panel is a small tree with blossoms a bird standing on top. On the left of the panel a thin branch of dry flowers. Curtains hanging from both sides of the panel decorated with flower buds, are drawn back and rolled up. The panel is framed by parallel lines.
Temple of Jerusalem | Temple façade
Heraldic composition | Supporters | Two lions
Sanctuary | Sanctuary Implements | Musical instruments used in the Temple: | Shofar (in the Temple); See also Shofar (New Year)
Species, the Four (Lulav, Hadas, Aravah, Ethrog; See also: Hoshanah Rabba) | Lulav
Species, the Four (Lulav, Hadas, Aravah, Ethrog; See also: Hoshanah Rabba) | Ethrog