This burial chamber was discovered in 1960 and consists of a single square chamber with a double-pitched roof. Doors are painted in the centre of the rear wall. Scenes of dancers and musicians alternate with those of an erotic nature, each one depicting a woman with two male revellers. In one scene the woman is being whipped by one of the revellers and this is where the tomb gets its name from.
Dated: End of the 6th century B.C.