Eight tombs were unearthed, covered with square slabs and further to the east, a further eight tombs set in three irregular rows, of simple well type, covered by a heap of stones, destined for the single burial of individuals in a crouched position.
The 2015-2016 excavation campaign
In May 2015, the Superintendence launched a new excavation campaign led by Alessandro Usai.
The campaign, which ended in December 2016, allowed the recovery and restoration of the entire long trench opened between 1975 and 1979, which had been backfilled in the 1980s with topsoil, and the connection of the old trench with the 2014 trench.
The excavations of the necropolis also made it possible to identify at least another 22 new tombs, half of which belonged to an intermediate type with a well partially built in stone and with a covering slab of various shapes.
Once again, however, no clues were found to clarify the original arrangement of the sculptures.
Current research is focused not on finding more sculptures, but on extending the excavation area to gain more insight on the layout of the area, the relationship between the sculptures and the necropolis and whether a temple or sanctuary once stood there, as well as other structures or buildings having other functions.