Psalm 64 (fol 85b) - A human figure raises both hands to shield himself from two hybrids with human heads that dart at him from the left, with monstrously long and pointed red tongues. It is a close visual translation of vv. 2-4 (1-3), 'Hear my voice, ... preserve my life, ... hide me from ... the scheming of evildoers, who whet their tongues like swords, who aim bitter words like arrows'.

Psalm 65 (fol 86a) - The figure with an arm outstretched and a dog's face in the opening of his hood is the 'choirmaster'. 'Praise waiteth for Thee, O God, in Zion; and unto Thee the vow is performed.'