Part of the vine-scroll relief. A male figure, with shoulder length hair, stands to the left of a pomegranate bush. Both his arms are outstretched because he is in the process of plucking one of its fruits. He wears a long tunic that is secured at the waist by a thick belt with hanging pendants. Long trousers are visible beneath the hemline of the tunic. He faces right. He is probably a nobleman attendant of the crowned figure depicted in figure 5.
Davis says that the fruit of the pomegranate tree is a symbol of immortality, and that this is a liturgical scene, "the bread of immortality".