Giotto didn’t put much dynamism into the scene but he did manage some variation (and even some drama) with the swiveling heads and the faces of the Apostles. His beautiful colors make you keep going back for another look.
Giotto has Jesus and the Apostles wearing togas but he forgot that the Romans reclined at table. Here is a sixth-century Last Supper painting which shows them lying on their left elbows, the traditional posture for dining. That’s Judas sticking his hand in the bowl.
A sixth-century parchment called the Codex Rossano
Here is another version of the Last Supper on a tapestry they hang outside the royal chapel for solemn processions at San Illdefonso (La Granja), Spain. I will try to find the name of the painter of its cartoon (the painting that is used by the weavers as a model).