Necropolises provide valuable information on the gradual progression from the Bronze Age to the first Iron Age. These are cremations carried out on the ground. The burned bones of the deceased are placed in an urn, sometimes accompanied by a small round "onion bulb" jar. One tomb stands out for its combination of features: one body is interred and an urn is placed at its right foot containing the ashes from a cremation and a bronze razor. A "wash kit" comprising a pair of tweezers and a bronze or iron scalptorium is sometimes found among the charred bones.
This is all we know about these people, since the enclosure ditches contain no archaeological objects. Groups of compounds were the rule: a circular enclosure open to the east with two horseshoe ditches next to it.
A single settlement pit containing a few pottery fragments was found at "La Croizette". In the 6th and early 5th centuries BC the area was sparsely occupied.