This stone sarcophagus is located directly next to the tomb of Dante Alighieri in Ravenna, Italy.
“A sarcophagus (meaning “flesh-eater” in Greek) is a coffin for inhumation burials, widely used throughout the Roman empire starting in the second century A.D. The most luxurious were of marble, but they were also made of other stones, lead (65.148), and wood. Prior to the second century, burial in sarcophagi was not a common Roman practice; during the Republican and early imperial periods, the Romans practiced cremation and placed remaining bones and ashes in urns or ossuaries.” (Citation: https://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/rsar/hd_rsar.htm )
Photographed using a GoPro Hero4 in clear conditions.