58 is located next to tomb 57 and has, like this grave, the entrance
towards the north. Tomb 58 has remained up to a level of only about
The burial chamber measures 3 x 3,5 metres and was equipped with
arcosolia in the side-walls.
The entrance wall and the back-wall have, however, small niches.
Because of the absence of the upper walls it remains uncertain for
what purpose these were used.
Some traces of a spiral line motif in one of the arcosolia can still
There is no inscription.
Tomb 58 dates back to the second half of the second century AD.