The Celtiberian house had walls of stone basis and reinforcements of wooden poles and adobes crowned by a roof of beams covered with straw. The house rebuilt in Numantia has a rectangular plan and is divided in three rooms: a front one used for handmade activities (milling of cereals and knitting) with a trapdoor on the floor to go to the cellar; a central room or place for familiar reunion around the fireplace where they slept or ate; in the back part there was another littler room used as warehouse or pantry. Through a side door they had access to a yard with a little shed for animals.
The cellar or underground room was used to keep food. In Numantian food diet dominated vegetables in particular nuts and dried fruits (acorns and walnuts). Before wine lack, they drunk “caelia” a beer that they extracted from fermented wheat. Despite that, its richness was the ranching.