Blood pours from the spear wound in Christ's side into a chalice held by an angel. This image was commonly represented on tabernacles enclosing the bread of the Mass. The painting probably served as a tabernacle door. The reliefs on the parapet represent the pagan rites which Christianity superseded.
Inscribed on the left relief: DI(VI)S MANIB(VS)/AURELIVS/(...)T[?]I
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