The excavation of Ficana izona 6b/i, on the flat plateau on top of the hill of Monte Cugno, Acilia, was carried out over the years 1978‒1981. iZona 6b/i was located outside the Archaic earth-wall and to the west of the main excavation zones on the eastern slope and was chosen in order to study the extension, development and chronology of the settlement and its relationship to the zones inside the Iron Age iagger/i. The catalogue of the finds is organised in three main groups: the minor objects and fine and coarse pottery. The minor objects include all finds other than pottery; those made of terracotta form the majority of non-metal finds, while those of stone, bone and glass are few in number. Metal objects are further divided into those in bronze, and iron or lead. The pottery is divided in two parts, in which the material is presented according to the quality, coarseness and colour of the clay.