Like many other places in the city, we found a large number of burials at this site. It is almost forty tombs dated II-III centuries A.D., all conducted under the rite of burial of the dead
In the city of Ibiza is the site of Sa Capelleta, of which no record three phases corresponding to different historical occupations. The oldest is the Punic, while in Roman times this area was occupied to carry out burials, becoming a necropolis between centuries II-IV D.C. Finally, there is a major source of Islamic identifiable time thanks to an urban suburb outside the walls. In a story that tells the "crusade" Pisan-Catalan who in 1114 left for Ibiza, is a detailed description of the battle and the capture of the walled city, and the description of the situation and the looting of the neighborhood that was extramural and it would be this suburb in the west of the walls.
In fact, the excavations carried out by archaeologists have found a street that crosses this suburb south to north, with eficidios on both sides and two cesspools that have provided valuable information regarding the eating habits of its inhabitants. Like many other places in the city, we found a large number of burials at this site. It is almost forty tombs dated II-III centuries A.D., all conducted under the rite of burial of the dead.
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