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Iberian houses display a wide variety of plans, sizes and uses of space. This variety of types, together with their household items and equipment, make up the available data for analysing the various levels of the family and social organisation of the Iberians. In the Iberian area of Valencia, a settlement hierarchy has been described on the basis of both site size and settlement layout and function. A range of settlement types have been excavated in the territories of the towns of Edeta and Kelin. This chapter talks about an Oppidum of La Bastida de les Alcusses, and difference between rural and urban houses, between peasants and craftsmen and even between owners and non-owners. Settlement in the hinterland of the towns and large oppida was made up of fortified sites, such as villages, hamlets, farms and fortlets, and a large number of non-fortified sites of an evidently rural nature such as farms and wineries.