Consecutive dig campaigns (1967/1972/1974) brought to light the remains of a residential quarter set up on two urban orthogonal layouts. Three private Roman homes (domus) were identified and today we can see their doorways dined by pillars and flanked by stores (tabernae). Internal hallways let the circulation possible between the various locations provided with different floor types. Some of them are today exhibited through a backrest, others have been covered. 300 amphoras, wells and draynage systems have been found there: that makes it a residential quarter where also artisan and sales activities were performed. Its realization around the first century AD is plausible, but elements confirm that it was frequented also in previous times.