The pottery found was worked by hand, especially the cooking vessels, as well as on potter's wheel, as the tableware or storage jars. From the ceramic products we can enumerate painted vases, pottery pieces of foreign inspiration or importations. Also T-shaped clay moulds were discovered, used for modelling vases, whorls used for wool spinning as well as tokens made from pottery walls, probably used for different games.
The iron objects are numerous and varied: blacksmith (hammers, tongs, chisels), carpentry (axes, hatchets) and agriculture tools (plough share, hoes, sickles) construction materials (nails, tacks, staples), current use items (pots, strainers, knives), horse bit pieces (bit, pelham) or weapons (daggers, lance and arrow points). The clothing pieces and the jewellery were also varied, made of iron, bronze and silver (links, buckles, bracelets, rings, brooches). A special place in the jewellery from the fortress is given to two earrings and a golden pendant necklace that were discovered by treasure hunters.
Inside, as well as around the dwelling-tower 29 Roman silver coins were found, probably part of a hoard belonging to the ancient resident. At least half of them are local imitations of Roman republican denarii. Within the fortress no minting dies or moulds were ever found, but it is however possible that these counterfeit coins were local products.