Tomb 30 is bounded in the south on the wall of the original burial
chamber of tomb 29 and has probably been built in the same period
(about 160 AD). The entrance overlooked the Via Severiana
until the construction of tomb 32 in later time.
In front of the entrance two klinai have been built. The left
one against the wall of the enclosure of tomb 29. On the floor
between these benches was a polychrome mosaic (now vertically
attached to the wall next to tomb 31).
Above the entrance, flanked by two slit-windows, the cornice
of a disappeared inscription is still visible.
Next to the inscription two travertine amphorae were depicted.
The left one is still in situ. Next to the place where the right
amphora was attached we see a relief of a man in a short tunic
as an aquatarius, a water-carrier. In his left hand he is carrying
an amphora. Together with the other amphorae we can perhaps tell
something about the profession of the tomb-owner.
to continue tomb 30)