do not know much about agriculture Iberian, but enough to deduce its economic importance. From studying a lot of pieces of agricultural tools found in the villages in the area of Valencia, deduced E. Pl reached in this as in other buildings, an appropriate specialization, giving with the right tool in many cases has come down to us. Agriculture is practiced dry farming, being the main cereal crops, olives and grapes, for which is attested in the sixth century and obtaining surpluses for marketing, as well as legumes (chickpeas, peas, beans and lentils). On the other hand, are known fruit species, among which the apple, pomegranate and fig. They also had some importance certain industrial crops, especially the flax Saitabi (Xativa).We have extensively documented the industrialization of hemp, especially in the Spartarius Campus, north of Cartagena, with a multitude of applications, among which stand out the cables for navigation. Regarding livestock, seems to have had a predominant role, except perhaps in specific regions, limiting the usual complementary role of agriculture. Yes, it is necessary to stress the importance of certain species like the horse, used in hunting and war and probably a symbol of a certain social status in which gives access to these activities. He also had taken in high esteem the ox and the abundance of cattle speak the frequent mentions of wool or mantle sagum Iberian Roman sources. Hunting seems to have had a certain importance, as is apparent from its frequent representation in painted pottery, though perhaps more as a social activity than economic. The boar must have been the queen piece, but with him also hunted deer and several minor species.