The Hallstattian site at “Les Étomelles”, half-way up a sandy mound in the industrial zone of Villeneuve-Saint-Germain, consists of two dwelling units and a few lofts, bordered with several pits, three of which dug straight into underground layer : high water levels have helped to preserve macroremains, pollens and fragments of insects. Further analyses - which are seldom undertaken - led to a nearly complete evaluation of the site in Hallstattian times. The top level of one of the pits revealed many potteries, and cob fragments, which suggest the presence of nearby furnace. The two craftmanship units were also active in breeding, evidenced by archeozoological and archeoentomological analyses.