Textiles and agriculture
The findings at Tremona include around ninety soapstone and terracotta spindle whorls, two loom weights, the remains of a spinning wheel, teeth from carding combs, and thimbles and needles of different sizes and materials. These objects indicate the presence of crafts such as spinning, weaving, sewing and tanning. Meanwhile, the economic model in medieval times was based largely on self-sufficiency. In addition to crafts, crop and animal farming played a very important role in the economy of the village, where rye, wheat, millet, sorghum, chickpeas and lentils were grown.