Trade with the Baltics is indicated by the finds of amber and objects made of it, as well as a bronze horseshoe-like fibula with star-shaped heads. A fibula is a pin for clothing that served both a practical and an aesthetic function.
The city maintained contacts with its western neighbours. During the excavation, fragments of Masovian pottery were found, as well as boxwood combs that were brought from the Crimea and the Caucasus. From the Black Sea, olive oil and wine were brought to the city in large clay amphoras, fragments of which were found during the excavations.