Today continued the excavation of the burial USk 1085, an adult woman oriented NO-SE, in the middle of the western side of the area. The body looks filled in US 1086, a lime and silt context with small rocks in the texture wich probably was the overlain fill of the burial collapsed on the body once the coffin’s cover decomposed. Close to it, at its left, the excavation of the individual USk 1088 keeps on going. Like USk 1085, even here is possible seeing two differents layers in the cut, one about the soil felt in the coffin after its decomposition (US 1081) and another one, all around it, outside the edges of the coffin (US 1062).