At the centre of the Roman town, was a fully notable's detached house, with a central courtyard and private thermal baths.
This domus owes its name to a statuette discovered in 1993. Over an area of a little more than 600m², it shows all the components of a residence belonging to a notable family in the town. Built at the beginning of the 2nd century AD, it enjoyed a privileged situation at the centre of the town opposite the forum. It was based on a peristyle: with a garden surrounded by porticos.