One of many pictures I took climbing to some rock graves on the east side of the theatre.
This grave had a nice decoration of some fight. It is the tomb of Tebursseli (in the 2nd Necropolis, nr. 140). The noble fief lord Tebursseli and King Pericles combat seven enemies. The King is depicted as greater and he battles with five soldiers.
Source: On the Lycian Way, a book sold in museums in the area.