At the center of the plateau, along the current path that largely takes up the route of the main axis, numerous domus have been found. These were made with the pisé technique: on a stone base, which was the perimeter of the rooms, the walls were built with compacted clay into wooden formworks and then covered with a thin layer of white plaster. The flooring was in beaten, but in some rooms fragments of mosaic with black and white tesserae were also found. The covers were equipped with a false ceiling. Currently the remains are buried to help preserve them.