uring its excavation between 1999 and 2003, an entrance was found with forward pillars built differently from the rest of the wall and supported by perfectly squared cubes made of masonry of small rectangular ashlars joined with mortar. Externally they were plastered with stucco so they must have been part of a 1.70 metre wide doorway. Two ashlars with circular holes for the door hinge and various elements of the cornice and lintel with moulded lines are preserved. Some of the steps can also be seen.
Its chronology would range from the 5th century BC for its construction phase to the 3rd century AD for its abandonment. Therefore, its origin is fully Iberian, having been remodelled in the Carthaginian period (ashlars with cushions) and, above all, Roman, with the construction of the monumental gateway, which could be dated between the 1st and 2nd centuries AD, coinciding with the maximum splendour of the city.