This tomb consists of a single chamber with a double-pitched roof. Its name derives from the two leopards in heraldic stance in the pediment. The back wall features a banquet with three couples on three separate “klynai” while nude servants pour drinks for their masters. The side walls are adorned with musicians playing the flute and lyre, dancers and a small procession of six young males who are going towards the banquet guests with offerings in their hands.
Dated: 480/470 B.C.