It is one of the most complex buildings excavated by Giovanni Lilliu. It has an apsidal plan and it is attached to the eastern area to an older building. During the Talaiotic period it was a single space with a roof supported by columns. Four of these columns can be observed today in the longitudinal axis, two of them incorporated in the back walls. The entire building was tiled and had access stairs to the terrace floor or to a top floor. This architectural characteristic is without precedent in the Balearic Islands at the time.
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