The most elaborate burial complex, Cave 3 (shown in section) had to be entered through room B, which shares a wall with room B of Cave 1, because the formal entrance to room A was blocked with rubble. From room A the elaborate passageway with the high arch and stone door issues into room C. Above the entrance, in room C, is the decorative rhomboid frame. On the opposite wall, directly across from the entrance with the frame, is an arcosolium, below which is the narrow passageway to room D. On the other two walls of room C, to the front and rear of the viewer, are identical arcosolia with matching sets of four carved panels separated by a carved column. Room D served as a repository for ossuaries, including one belonging to Ariston of Apamea, in Syria.