Next to the end of the hymn Dayeynu ("It had sufficed us"), is a towered city representing Egypt. Crowned Pharaoh is depicted below it and is raising a club against Moses and Aaron, who stand before him, in the lower margins (based on Ex. 12:31). Moses leans on his golden rod. Inscribed above Pharaoh:
"וימלא פרעה אף וחרון ויגרש מלפניו משה ואהרן."
"Pharaoh, filled with rage, dismissed Moses and Aaron."
An additional inscription is near Moses:
"ענה משה לזה הנני כוסף ראות פניך לא אוסף."
"Moses answered: 'This is what I long for, I will see thy face again no more' (Ex. 10:29)."
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