One square was opened and its half was excavated to bedrock. Remains of a field wall (W1; min. length 2.7 m, width 0.6 m; Figs. 1, 2), preserved two courses high, were exposed at a depth of 1 m below surface. A layer of travertine covered the wall, indicating that water flowed here over a long period of time. Fragments of pottery vessels that dated to the Early Roman period were recovered from both sides of the wall.