We explored the mechanisms that governed commercial exchange in Iberian times. We focused above all on the objects and products that came from distant lands, the materials and techniques used to make them, and their function.
Visitors were encouraged to take part, through the organization of games and a question and answer session at the beginning of the tour. The re-enactment of a meeting between locals and intermediaries from elsewhere helped them to understand mechanisms of interregional trade. Another scene focused on the exchange of gifts of luxury goods between families.
In the area under excavation, the archaeological evidence of trade was presented and the link between the supply of exotic objects and products and notions of exclusivity and status was discussed.