Frieze with two panels separated by Gandhāran – Corinthian pilasters. The shaft of each pilaster has a flute concave above and convex below on those where such detail is visible. The relief is bordered at the bottom by a plain fillet and at the top by a plain filet and a cornice with an ogival leaf pattern. The panel on the right contains four haloed Buddhas. All stand, haloed and wear the typical robes of the Buddha. The first figure raises his right hand in abhaya mudrā and his hair is shown as curls; the second hold his right hand downward in what we might expect to be varada mudrā, the third has his right hand in abhaya mudrā but the hair is depicted as continuous waves while the fourth has his right arm extending downward, again suggesting the varada mudrā and his hair is a series of broken waves. The panel on the left contains three haloed figures, three Buddhas and one Bodhisattva. From the right, the first Buddha holds his arm and hand downward, probably in varada mudrā and his hair is shown in continuous waves, the second holds his hand upwards as though in abhaya mudrā, the third again holds his arm and hand downward and his hair is shown in continuous waves. The Bodhisattva wears earrings and his hair is arranged at top flares out like a bow knotted in the middle. The surface of the panels is much defaced. Bottom has a 2" wide tenon, while at the top there are two sockets angled at 45 degrees.