From left to right: A man in hood chivvying the livestock with what seems to be a scourge of a kind. Two women in cloaks and coif riding camels (seem to be riding aside). Two young men embracing. Five young men observing the two men embracing. (They are not amused.) Five men in armour (chainmail), one with a visible triangular shield and a sword. An older man in the process of decapitating a crowned man. The crowned man being decapitated. The crowned man is standing atop an already decapitated man.
I call this type of overgarment the choking cloak. It is depicted fastened with two strings and the wearer (always noble) often goes around his business with one of his fingers looped about the strings to hold the cloak in place. (or with the cords hanging low, like here, obstructing the arm movement) Seems to be a highly impractical design, if you ask me - but then, that is probably the point.