It is on the northern side of the fortress, outside the inner onumental fortification wall, between the main northern date and the nort-east semi-circular tower. The goal of the excavations on this area is to obtain data on the vertical stratigraphy and the possible remnants of life and other activities outside the medieval fortification walls.
Under the debris, layers and damages of the modern times, only minimal remnants of the Middle Ages were found, such as a set of silver-coated vessels (plate with a cover and a cup). Immediately under this horizon, layers of prehistoric architecture with remnants of life in different periods of prehistory appeared.
The oldest traces of life in this area, as well as the complete location are from Eneolithic time, that is, around 4000/3500 years BC. This is a spacious settlement, whose remnants are found along teh complete area of Kale. A lot of pottery typical for this [period was discovered, mainly gray in colour and with smoothened surface. Some of teh more typical objects are a zoomorphic figure of a miniature piglet/bovine, gray in colour and with a rough surface.
The next phase of the researched remnants of prehistoric life at the area of Sector 7 come from late bronze time, or the transitional period. Remnants of a house from this time were discovered. its basis is with a prolonged rectangular to ellipse-like shape because of the apsidal end of the southern side. The walls are built of non-baked tiles, made of mud, between two parallel rows of stones or next to a wooden skeleton construction which supports the roof, made of organic materials. In the house there was a semi-circular hearth for baking bread, made of clay. For tits better insulation, there is a wall around it, made of big stones coated with clay. On the house floor, made with several layers of coating, a stone hand mill and different clay pots were found, in different shapes, decoration and way of production typical for teh late bronze age. Out of the other finds, a clay whistle with a siren/fish shape is typical, still producing a good sound.