In July 2014, a preventive diagnostic was undertaken in Amiens on a site close to Mac Orlan street. The plot of land faces East and is located at the top of the hillside that slopes down to the confluent of rivers Avre and Somme, on which the area of Saint-Acheul is situated. One structure dating from Final Bronze age was discovered. The shape of this structure is very similar to the hunting Y-shaped pits, dating from Neolithic to Bronze age, that are common in the North of France. However the discovery is unusual because the findings consist in five suidae, at least three of them being complete and in anatomical connection, and a human sepulture. The position and organization of the remains is necessarily deliberate. Should this Y-shaped pit have been used for hunting, it seems to have been later reused for ceremonial purposes.