Not often are graves put on pillars, and the two examples here are quite unique. They are assumed to date to the 3rd century BCE. Upon modern-day excavataions, traces of the corpse were actually found inside the sarcophagus, together with pottery placed here with the burial. The inside contains a relief from the 6th century BCE showing games acted out in conjunction with the funeral.
Marble decorations on the Harpy Tomb.