The Etruscan Tomb of the Winged Demons. Sovana, Italy, discovered in 2005.
The information sign near the site reads:
This tomb could be considered an aedicula tomb type, characterized by a wide niche on the facade which is richly decorated with sculptures. On the tympanum a marine monster is carved out in high relief.
In front of the “antae”, two statues of female winged demons and two lions are placed on high podia. Inside the niche, the deceased is represented as a banqueter in the Afterlife. This full-sized sculpture still preserves most of the original painting.
Photos courtesy & taken by Jim Forest.