Let us now have a look at the tombs on the south-eastern side of this field of tombs.
As we can see, tomb H didn't have the entrance towards the mainstreet and was provided with travertine jambs and an archtrave. On the façade, from corner to corner, was a cornice made of brick.
No inscription has been found and also the ceiling has disappeared.
The burial chamber has an apse with a projected semicircular niche. The other two walls have three niches each. A semicircular central niche flanked by two smaller square ones. On the wall alongside the mainstreet is a terracotta tableau with two male figures. One wears a Sardinian cap hanging over the shoulders; pointing his right arm at the other figure who follows. The last one carries a bag on his back holdig it with his left hand.