This is the largest settlement (5,700 m2) and the furthest from the town. It appears to be the most important settlement in the region, especially from an urban planning perspective as it is surrounded by defensive walls and towers.
Some streets have also been excavated, as well as dwellings and other buildings (such as food stores) dating from the 3rd and 4th centuries B.C. Some fragments of imported Attic pottery have been found, which testify to the presence and influence of the Greek world in our lands.
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