The Southwest Cemetery, which started from the Southwest Gate and extended on either side of a cemetery road came near the sea like the West Cemetery. Small-scale rescue excavations uncovered at a distance of about 100 meters from the gate part of a cemetery road and the cemetery itself, with three mausoleums and twenty-three tombs of various types. The road is 5.40 meters wide, paved, and has sidewalks on both sides. It would appear that the Southwest Cemetery began operation in the first half of the 1st century AD and remained in use until the 2nd century AD. The evidence to date does not allow the period when it was abandoned to be determined. The poor funerary gifts and repeated use of the graves reveal that they belonged to members of the lower classes. Of course, the presence of mausoleums recalls prosperous citizens. However, it is also possible that freedmen in search of social prestige erected expensive tombs.