Lid of sarcophagus with a bearded Oceanus head in the middle. Oceanus has claws on the top of his head and is flanked by a pair of sea creatures. Each pair has a sea panther and a sea horse, their fins and tails coiling upwards as they move about in the waves suggested by etched, undulating lines. Two youthful heads are in the corners of the frieze and they face outwards. The youths have long and lanky hair and forked tendrils curling towards the cheeks. The lid follows the type developed from the middle of the 2nd century with aquatic creatures grouped around the central emblem of Oceanus. Many such lids existed and could be easily adapted to different sarcophagi.