Tomb D, E, F and G could be entered from the north-west side via parallel road of the mainstreet (not excavated). Actual, the only entrance on the street was that of tomb D. The other three tombs had to be entered from tomb D. According to Guido Calza this was also the situation in antiquity.
Tomb D, yet again covered with earth, was probably the enclosure of tomb E and tomb F
the enclosure of burial chamber G (see plan).
D and E seem to be much older than the other ones. The north-east wall of tomb D is made of large, bad constructed brick. In this wall was a central niche flanked by four smaller ones.
Tomb E, on the contrary, was built from small elegant brick, had a door with jambs, a travertine architrave and a framed inscription with two small slit windows.