Thomb of the Leopards - Tomba deil Leopardi is an Etruscan burial chamber so called for two antithetic leopards above the banqueting scene. The banqueters are dressed male-female couples are attended by nude boys on each side of the each couple. According to the Near East, archaic Greek or Epyptian art convention female are depicted as fair-skinned and men as dark. It dates back ca 480-450 BC.
- Stephan Steingräber, Abundance of Life. EtruscanWall Painting, 2006