Chronologically referable to the 4th century B.C. The tomb presents a “dromos” of access facing S/W, about four and a half meters of length with a slight slope. It consists of two rectangular and parallel chambers, separated by a massive and elongated semi-pillar . The partition has an outline of the excavation on the right side, which could suggest the willingness of the builders to carry out a project of a central column, subsequently unfinished. A continuous quayside crowns the walls of the rooms. The entrance to the hypogeum, is rectangular shaped, is about 1.55 metres high and was originally closed by a stone slab. Even if the researches has given negative results, the presence of other tombs cannot be excluded.