Thus on the left-hand side there are representations of Justice, Prudence, Fortitude and Providence with reliefs between showing Moses leading the people of Israel, The Punishment of Amon, Moses performing Miracles before the Pharao, The Apocalyp`tic Whore on the Hydra, and The Tower of Babel.
On the left-hand wall there are Piety, Temperance, Hope, Charity and reliefs with The Coming of the Holy Ghost, Wisdom with the Sciences and Arts, Jesus among the doctors, The Vices with Anger and Justice expelling the vices. The front walls show The Four Evangelists, The Animals going into Noah´s Ark and Noah´s offerings after the Flood.
There is reason to believe that the sculptural decoration of this room is by the sculptor Diego de Pesquera and dates from between 1575 and 1580.
In the display cabinets of the room there is a large collection of choir books and codices dating from between the 15C and the 18C. They include contributions from painters as well as Flemish, Italian and French illuminators. Also noteworthy are different lecterns carved in the middle of the 18C.