Llíria holds the remains of what was once one of the most important Iberian cities.
This city, named Edeta, with a surface area of almost 10 hectares, was the administrative headquarters and the centre of power in Edetania, a vast territory which stretched from the River Júcar to the River Palancia. Edeta has a complex layout made up of streets that adapt to the sloping landscape where houses built with stone bases and adobe are located.
This archaeological site has offered the best ensemble of painted ceramic of the entire Iberian culture. The ensemble is exhibited at the Prehistoric Museum of the Diputación de Valencia. Of the numerous pieces that make up this ensemble, it is worth noting el Vaso de los Guerreros and el Khalatos de la Danza.