Liquid pourer with a honey-coloured glass glaze (1400-1500).
Andalusian -Islamic oil lamp with a green glass finishing glaze (900-1000).
Marble head found in Can Fita site (municipality of Santa Eulària des Riu), in 1903. It represents the god Dionysus or Bacchus.
Naked female figure from a local workshop with earrings in the shape of heads (450-350 BC). It is interpreted as Tanit in her funerary divinity role.
Enthroned female figure with traces of white and blue paint (400-300 BC). Made in a mould. It probably represents Tanit.
Bearded funerary mask with painted decoration (400-300 BC). Local hand-made production, Punic- Ebusitan style, inspired in Carthaginian types.
Tripod with naked female figures, topped with sauria (525-450 BC). Probably inspired in bronze thymiateria supports.
Figure with a horns’ headdress. This seems to be evidence of a foreign religion, so it has been interpreted as an offering from a passing traveller.