THE FIRST BUILDING PHASE – RENAISSANCE (SECOND HALF OF THE 16TH CENTURY)
A characteristic and determining entirety of this likely oldest building stage is the existing vaulting and the associated space at ground level of the ground floor of the room no. 1.01. The vault is a cross crested with the application of the identical half-profile shape at the edges of the vault. Its Renaissance disposition on the ground floor is confirmed by the findings of the basement wall beneath this space with finds of ashlars masonries which continue in the dilatation gap into the space under the front room of the ground floor. The height determination of the oldest part of the two-story house with cellarage in the second half of the 16th century explicitly confirms the finding of a Renaissance plaster with the finding of an S type decoration on the side wall of the adjoining building.