The Major Treasure Room

One of the oldest components of the Skull Cave is the Major Treasure Room, housing priceless relics collected by various Phantom’s throughout history. Many of the items have been the basis of stories and legend, yet only a handful have been clearly identified.

These include, but not limited to:

  • The diamond drinking cup of Alexander the Great which he carried with him when he conquered the world.
  • Leonardo Da Vinci’s first sketch of the Mona Lisa.
  • Diana’s Wedding Ring, given to her by The Phantom at their wedding, carved from a single diamond, originally made for the bride of Emperor Augustus.
  • The crown of the great black emperor Joomkar.
  • King Arthur’s sword, Excalibur, with which he proved his right to the Kingship of all of England.
  • The mummified Asp that Cleopatra used to kill herself.
  • The pen used by Shakespeare to write Romeo and Juliet.
  • The golden laurel wreath (coronet) or also known as Caesar’s Crown, refused three times by Julius Caesar, offered by Mark Antony in the Roman Market Place.
  • The great ring of Nebuchadnezzar.
  • Roland’s horn, blown when his uncle, King Charlemagne, left him to fight a rear guard action against the Saracens.
  • The arms of The Venus De Milo.
  • Charlemagne’s crown.
  • Tristan and Isolde love potion, the vial that the ill-fated Isolde drank from, leaving Tristan forlorn for the rest of his life.
  • Cleopatra’s wedding ring.
  • The Golden Flower.
  • Roland’s sword, Durandal.
  • The tiny ark (from Noah’s ark).
  • The original script of Shakespeare’s Hamlet.
  • The wig worn by the 3rd Phantom when he played Juliet in the original presentation of Romeo and Juliet.
  • The necklace of Nefertiti.
  • The lyre of blind poet Homer which was used when composing “The Odyssey” and “The Illiad”.