Sarcophagus Roman, third quarter of 2nd century AD. probably re cut and restored during the Renaissance Proconnesian marble with lid of Luna marble. The cost is decorated with scenes from the life of Achilles. The relief on the front shows Achilles, brush up as a girl at the court of Lykomedes in Skyros, having his true nature revealed by the gift of weapons brought by the Achacan envoys from Troy. The ends show later exploits of Achilles at Troy. On the left, he kills Hector, and on the right he kills Penthesilea Queen of the Amazons.