Harold, on route to London, calls at Waltham Abbey. The Abbey was founded in 1030 and was rebuilt, refounded and richly endowed by Harold around 1060. It is here that Harold stopped to pray on his way back from Stamford Bridge. Harold's corpse is said to have been brought back to the abbey and buried here, after the battle. Harold's church was demolished and replaced in 1120, by a church built in the Norman style. Above the church the Holy Spirit descends in a bodily form, as a dove. In the lower border appears the fable of ‘The She-Goats and Their Beards’ followed by ‘The Lion and the Goat’.