Tomb 18 is on the south side bounded by the burial
chamber of tomb 16 and was, originally, looking out over the Via
Severiana. In later time tomb 17 has been built in front of it.
The entrance, now looking out on the back-wall of tomb 17, can
only be reached via
a passageway between the tombs 17 and 19.
The tomb, built about 170 AD, is constructed in small yellow bricks.
An inscription fails and also the two terra-cotta reliefs which
were attached next to the inscription are missing.
to continue tomb 18
The entrance of tomb 18.
On the left the back-wall of tomb 17.