Pre-Roman Structures

During the archeological research in 2010 were discovered some Pre-Roman structures. These findings mark the earliest building on the site.

To the North of the fortification wall, a smaller wall with a lenght of 1.20 meters is found. The latter was built out of boulder and mud. Its adjoining ground level was made of stamped clay. Fragments from clay coats with traces from spikes are aslo discovered. This building technique was typical for the Pre- and Early Roman traditions.