Jaciment
The archaeological site preserved under the ground -2 floor of the museum includes items of different historical periods, the oldest buildings, with a timeline that is around the sixth century BC, are the homes of the Phoenician city. These structures, over the centuries, underwent several reforms and adaptations, the most obvious relate to the Punic period (IV-II centuries BC), and subsequently it has also been documented usage levels and structures of high imperial Roman chronology (I DC century). Finally, covering the entire industry were localized layers of neglect and arrassament of late antique period and the Lower Empire (V-VI centuries DC), during which time it detects a drop in the city. The last stages of the documented archaeological levels are burials from the Islamic period, the timing of which is in the X-XII centuries.