Temple of Demeter
The Temple of Demeter was discovered in 1969 by F. Barreca on the hill of Murru Mannu along the Cardo maximus. The structure had a tripartite votive chapel with a the base of two pillars at the entrance in the front, and possibly a double penetralia. In an adjacent space, two terracotta artifacts were found with references to Demeter, which suggests the dedication of the temple to the deity who is the goddess of agricultural and the harvest. Although the temple has been almost completely destroyed, the structural elements that are currently visible date to the Roman period, but the original structure was traced back to the late Punic age.