Foot soldiers [1] [2] [3] gather food in preparation for a feast to celebrate the success of their landing in England. One man holds a pig over his shoulder whilst the other is holding what might be a boulder or coil of rope. This figure is very similar in appearance to a figure found in the eleventh-century English manuscript ‘Psychomachia of Prudentius,’ where he personifies Labour. Oxen and sheep for a planned feast are rounded up and the dwellings in the background may depict a scene of a small rural village. It has been argued that these dwellings are in fact large buildings but further away. A form of perspective drawing similar to the boats in scene 55.