It is a type of funerary monument that is associated with the expansion of Christianity and must have been built by the family that owns the town.

They have excavated walls, pavements, furnaces for the manufacture of amphoras, salting ponds and burials, all coming from the residential area. In the 6th century AD the mausoleum was plundered and abandoned and was affected by the construction of the Muslim wall and a well in the 13th century, in which Islamic ceramics were found.

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