The pottery was wheel-thrown storage and table ware (jars, “fruit bowls”, jugs and cups) and also the usual hand build pots. Spindle whirls and loom weights also were found.

The iron tools and the usual household utensils are not very numerous but are quite diverse: sickles, scissors, pruning knives. Some punches and chisels specific to the iron smith’s work as well as carpentry tools (axes, hatchets, adzes or drills) also were found. A significant quantity of other iron artifacts is related to everyday life (knives, nails, spikes, joints) or to the warrior’s panoply: arrow- and spearheads, horse bites, spurs or a sword. A particular finding is a bronze (modiolus) belonging to a catapult.

Probably coming from a bronzesmith’s workshop came two little crucibles, a small iron hammer, an iron file, bronze pieces with casting defects, numerous metal foil pieces and bronze rivets used for bronze vessel repairing). In such workshops were also manufactured some of the jewellery discovered inside the fortress (silver brooches, a silver necklace, bronze bracelets with string-like ornamentation, bronze rings with knotting patterns, belt buckles). Alongside locally produced precious metal objects an important quantity of imported silver and bronze artifacts coming from Greek and Roman world also was found (metal ware or even some furniture parts).

Within the fortress and in its vicinity some local imitations of Greek or Roman coins were found, as well as 35 coins issued by the Greek city of Histria.