The position of Majadaiglesia's Hill, in the middle of two principal Roman routes that cross the territory close to the numerous found, remains, which indicate a habitation from the beginning of the first millennium A.C. up to the epoch tardorromana, it is the best argument to place in this place the former Solia.
Other findings constitute them the remains of The Grove, in the way of Sheepfolds and Creek of Santa Maria. 
Of possible Greek origin, between the centuries V and the IVth B.C., it is a proceeding relief of I look, that may be concerned to the base of a stature and it represents a scene led by the titular goddess of Eleusis, Deméter, the Roman Ceres. In Santa Maria in addition there exist hydraulic constructions of the medieval epoch.

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