The left wall of tomb 44 borders on tomb 43
and the back-wall on tomb 45.
Tomb 44 is a small grave with its entrance facing the Via Severiana.
The grave, badly preserved, was probably built for inhumation only.
From the arcosolia only one row in the lower part of the wall survived.
Beneath the floor, probably made of marble, four formae have been
brought to light.
The decoration, if there was any, has disappeared.
Tomb 44 lies above the street level of today and dates from
the beginning of the third century AD.