The central "courtyard", was bordered on two sides by small quadrangular houses, a few outbuildings and a large number of big grain stores, and therefore probably designated for the arable farmers. A sunken lane dug out when fields were being merged to the east caused the disappearance of the posts of the houses in this sector, where the grain stores indicate a higher standard of living than elsewhere. This observation is supported by the bones of the animals consumed. The charred grain and numerous millstones, complete or fragmented, testify to the storage and processing of cereals. It is the many grain stores in this sector, large pits, which provide the main evidence of life in the village through the range of discarded items in them: pottery, craft objects, metal objects, coins, jewellery, etc.