An archaeological sounding of one square was conducted in the 'Ez Hayim neighborhood of Tiberias (Permit No. A-3402*; map ref. NIG 25066/74351; OIG 20066/24351), prior to the construction of a factory. A few scattered basalt stones were discovered at a depth of 0.1–0.5 m below surface and bedrock was exposed in several places. A few potsherds from the Late Roman period were recovered from the accumulation between the stones. These included the rim of a Kefar Hananya-type Galilean bowl (third–fourth centuries CE), a worn coin that probably dates to the Roman period, a green tessera (?), as well as a number of pottery fragments from the Early Islamic period. It seems that the finds were not in situ, but rather washed onto the site.