The itinerary finishes in the room of the Bronze Age of the museum: the use of the site at this stage is documented by the recovery of abundant material, albeit in a secondary arrangement , inside the sinkhole. Very special are the tools made of bone exposed: awls, needles, double or sloping tips, embroidered canines that were used for sewing leather garments and to make mats and baskets of vegetable fibres. The wool weaving is attested by the presence of spindle whorls, ceramic or bone, and loom weights. Particularly curious are the evidences related to the processing of milk: fragments of vessels (kettles) and perforated covers that allowed the milk to boil and not leaking.
Noteworthy an ornament (necklace spacer) with incised decoration on the rims with centre point and five horizontal holes at the sides .