It is practiced in this cemetery across the board, as in other Celtiberian, the intentional disabling of all weapons and metal objects. This practice was to avoid the separation of the deceased's personal belongings, as there was a complete identification between the person and their objects (weapons for the warrior) and visible exponents of their own identity. The objects were "killed" as a sacrifice, in order to accompany her dead forever carrier. Ethnographic references are known the necessity of the death ritual, the complete destruction of the object or weapon, so that his spirit may accompany the deceased to the afterlife. Many of the recovered metal objects such as brooches and belt buckles, show obvious signs of having been disabled and incinerated accompanying the deceased.