The settlement in the Late Iron Age

The settlement existed also in the Late Iron Age. The buildings, dating back to the late Iron Age that were explored, have preserved their original settlement space, the manner of the setting and direction and the construction with the solid stone foundation and wood framework. Their external facade was less appealing than that of their predecessors’ from the early Iron Age village. Approximately two thousand years ago the architectural features of the Iron Age were replace by a completely different Roman architecture.

photo D. Svoljšak, Goriški muzej
Norican coins - in the middle of the 1st century B.C. the people of the Soča region also used Norican (Celtic) coins as means of payment