There are two buildings situated on the west of the southern gate of the fortress wall inner side. They are divided by a 5 m. wide passage, there is a similar 2, 5 m. wide passage left between the fortress wall and the buildings’ back. The building right next to the Southern gate consists of eleven rectangular rooms with almost the same construction and sizes. The average sizes of the rooms vary about 5.00 X 4.50 m. People entered through 1.00 m. wide entrances located on the northern sides of the rooms. The building is made by slaty quarry sandstones situated in  horizontal rows soldered with yellow clay. The distribution and longitudinal walls which are constructively connected with each other. River oval stones and rough quarry stones are used for their construction. The floor levels of the rooms found are equal to those on the terrain in front of the building which caused the construction of stairs. It is impressive that the rooms lack floorings, the floor levels of each one of them are made of well rammed yellow clay. The foundations dug deeply to solid terrain show that the rooms found are the lower floor of a big two- storey building. Probably the lower floor used to serve warehouse and service purposes. It is possible that the lower rooms have been inhabited, too. The second floor on the north was probably formed with a wooden veranda jutting out of the foundations with colonnades. The access to the second floor was probably by a stair case inside or outside the building.

The second building is situated on the west of the first one. Its inner part is divided in ten rooms not equal in size arranged in two parallel lines. The building is made of slab stone on muddy solder. The rooms’ sizes are different and vary about 4.00 X 3.50 m. The building’s deeply dug foundations show that this building also had a second floor like the first one. It is possible its plan was a little bit different from the ground floor. Probably people climbed the second floor using an inner wooden stair case leading to a large hall. The walls of both buildings were plastered from both outside and inside with fine plaster, probably the walls were covered with marble or any other coating material.

The buildings’ roofs were covered by tiles. There was a spacy not built yard on the north of the buildings. The buildings were destroyed in the end of the 10th century and lighter land buildings were constructed over them in the following years. The buildings’ massive structure, the functional connection, the big built up area make them civil buildings of social and administrative nature. It is also possible they were inhabited by the soldiers who took care of the ruler’s protection