Tomb 45 is located behind tomb 44 and shares
its left wall.
The entrance is built to the north and transverse to the Via severiana.
The right wall borders on tomb 46.
The burial chamber was organized for a mixed form of burial.
Alongside the lower part of the walls there are two rows of arcosolia
for inhumation. Besides that there are still traces of semicircular
small rectangular niches for urns on the right wall.
The ceiling and roof are missing.
Beneath the floor there were six formae each with place for two
From the many pieces of stone found in the formae we may conclude
the floor originally was made of mosaic.
Of a possible decoration nothing was found.
Tomb 45 has been built in the middle of the second century AD.