Harold returns home to England. Here we see a lookout and eager onlookers witnessing the return of Harold and Hakon. They arrive at Harolds manor house in Bosham. Bosham Hall is a first-floor hall with external staircase set over an arcade which is representative of a solar, or possibly, a French-style hall as introduced in the time of Edward the Confessor. The company was arranged longitudinally down the building, with the king in the middle and his chief officers on both sides and opposite. The fable of The Fox and the Crane appears in the upper border. The moral to this fable is Gratitude and greed do not go together.