Sarcophagus depicting the myth of Meleager, re-worked in later period, now in the Capitoline Museum.
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This sarcophagus was re-worked at some point in the post-antique period, probably in the 14th century. Several of the heads of the figures which had been broken were re-carved and the boar was given extra emphasis. This represents a very early example of 'restoration'.