Marriage Contract - Ketubah]]> Az alsó mezőkben folytatódnak a cselekvés mozzanatai: két lovast fogadnak a háziak; egy szolgáló bort enged egy kancsóba a hordóból. A mindkét oldalon megjelenő virágcsokor alatt újra láthatjuk az elegáns férfit és nőt ugyanabban a ruhában, ahogy fent is ábrázolták őket: ők a menyasszony és vőlegény. A vőlegény Mose ben Josua Galico, a menyasszony pedig Abraham Galico lánya.

The decoration of the marriage contract was naturally influenced by the culture around the local Jewry. This is a reflection of Italian Judaism open to the rich artistic heritage. In the semicircle above the text, we see blessings and biblical poems where the lines follow the semicircular closing. At the top of the ketubah there are four winged putto-like figures, presumably angels, bringing a crown, while holding wreaths in their other hands, and the lower ones are blowing trumpets. Scenes from the upper part are separated by the richly decorated architectural elements. In the upper field, we see a man and a woman wearing elegant dresses. Around them are market scenes, as if they were preparing for a wedding. If the images show the soon to be married couple, then we can presume that it serves as the parable for the ‘good husband’ and the ‘good wife’. In the lower fields, the motions of actions are set forth: two horsemen are received, a servant pours wine from the barrel into a jug. Under the bouquet on both sides, the elegant man and woman appears once again in the same dress as they were pictured above: they are the bride and the groom.