In this scene we see two knights carrying gonfanons. The curved banner is the Raven banner. It had a plain white silk background, with a black raven on it. Said to flutter before victory and droop before defeat, the raven has an open beak with widespread fluttering wings. The man carrying the banner is likely to be Toustain Fitz Rou Le Blanc or Toustain The White. Toustain was the cousin of Gilbert Crispin and maternally descended from the Princes of Monaco. In the lower border a bird chasing a hare has been assigned to the Aesop cycle by L. Herrmann - Apologues et anecdotes de la Tapisserie, 1939.