The arable farmers' courtyard is separated from the craftsmen's by a tightly packed group of structures, in parallel rows, with grain stores. The only quarter organised in this way, where the meat eaten was of low quality, it may have been the area where employees or labourers lived. Very few coins were found here and the pottery is very simple. There is plenty of evidence of minor crafts (carved bone pins, spindles, weaving weights). 
The big line of buildings to the north of the square, without a grain store or outbuildings, may have been reserved for forced or tied labourers (slaves?). Almost no coins were found here.