Situated to the west of the pre-Roman forum, this shop contained two
mills, two limestone kneading basins and an oven. The mills compose
two elements, an annular base with a central cone, and a grinding stone
in the form of a double cone, which covered the central cone of the
base. Grain was poured into the upper element, which was turned by donkeys.
The oven was found in the northeast corner of the room; it consisted
of a rectangular platform constructed on a masonry base. Its surface
was covered with refractory tiles. Annexes to the bakers consisted of
granaries and shops for the sale of bread.