Two draymen pull a four-wheeled cart carrying a barrel of wine. The unusual feature of the cart is that it is being drawn by men and that its front wheels are the same size as the back wheels, which would make it impossible to steer. The large rear wheels would however have made it easier to roll. In front of them, a man (perhaps William St-John) carries a sack of flour as they make their way to the ships. William de St-John had charge of the transports and weapons of the invading army. William married Olivia, daughter of Raoul de Fougeres. He received the castle of Falmont as his share of the conquest.