Figure descriptions
A Grecian man sits against the trunk of a tree and plays a lyre. He wears a crown of leaves and a cloth draped around the lower half of his body; his top half is nude. To his right, two leopards lounge in the grass next to two birds. To his left, three deer eat leaves off the branches of a tree. There is a snake by the man’s feet. There are two more trees in the background. Two peacocks stand between their trunks. 1/3-page illustration contained within a single-ruled border.
A man sits against the trunk of a tree and blows into a flute-like instrument. He wears a cloth that drapes over his left shoulder and around his body. A second man lies on his stomach and faces the first man. He is nude and holds his hands over his ears. The tree is heavily stylized. Multiple thin sections emerge from the ground to form the trunk and branches; these parts emerge from the ground together, but separate as they curve to extend across the rest of the illustration. Each section grows a dense canopy of leaves. There are flowers growing along the ground. 1/3-page illustration contained within a double-ruled border.