Communion of the Saints (This scene occupies two pages of the Codex)
On the left six apostles move sequentially to receive bread from Christ. The two apostles closest to Christ are portrayed in the following way: the former is bent to get bread, the latter has his hands and arms raised to thank.
One of the apostles, closest to Christ, is portrayed bent to get bread, while the other has his hands and arms raised to thank. The author represents them one beside the other, and with a movement of only the busts of the characters, lets us imagine the movement of the same character. At the same time the other four apostles behind them reproduce the advancement of the same subject.
Over the characters the words of the Eucharistic institution are written: He
took the bread, and spoken some words of thankfulness He gave it to them and said: this is my body.
On the right page, other six apostles move from left to right to receive wine. Over their heads you can read: After he had taken the drinking cup and spoken the words of thankfulness, He gave it to them and said: This is my blood.