fol. IV.48r     

At the top of the tendrils, above the title panel are the head of a man (on the left) inscribed “Abraham”, the name of the patron of the manuscript, and that of woman (to the right) inscribed “Yentil” (יינטיל), probably his wife, the scribe’s sister. – Within the foliage scrolls of the panel (Book Five, dealing with the laws of holiness, among which is a law forbidding sexual relations with a sister) are two further heads of a man and a woman. There are also animals, birds, fish, hybrids and grotesques in the panel and the tendrils.