The Pope is the scene most reminiscent of Holbein's Great Dance of Death. Death enters the hall and attacks the pope, who is sitting on his throne surrounded by cardinals and bishops.
On the other hand, the little devils crawling around on Holbein's woodcut are missing, but this applies in general to "Mors de la Pomme": It is devoid of satire, irony and social criticism.
Holy Father, I come to summon you
to come personally.
You shall recite before God
300 in particular judgment.
The Pope must die like everyone else and go to the particulier jugement.
| The Pope|
Alas! But there is it not delay nor excuse
against this summons.
It's necessary to go in person,
304 a proxy will avail nothing.