The first set of information is provided by a group of metallic objects dispersed within a waste zone (along with objects of domestic life and artisan activity) in islet 29 of settlement 1. Among the bronze sheet objects inventoried, certain are similar to well known objects that have been found in Protohistoric or Early Empire votive deposits in southern France. The pearled disks and pierced plaques ascribe to such uses.
The piercing of the objects strongly suggests they were offered and exposed. While there was certainly a votive area in proximity, near an access that the crossed city wall 1, the room in which it was located is still unknown. It could be similar to that of the contemporary and more recent village of Cloche aux Pennes-Mirabeau near Marseille.