Four excavation areas (T1–T4; Fig. 2)were opened where the artifact clusters were identified in the reddish clay layer. Ancient artifacts were found only in Area T2 (Fig. 3). These included flint items that belonged to a small-flake industry, two flint handaxes (Fig. 4), several spheroids made of limestone pebbles (Fig. 5) and animal bones (Fig. 6)—items that are characteristic of Acheulian culture sites. These items occur randomly and irregularly, indicating that the exact location of the site remains unknown. The preliminary results of the geological research indicate that this Acheulian-culture site was located on the bank of a slow-flowing ancient stream. The geo-archaeological research is expected to help in reconstructing the ancient environment of the site and in placing the items in a stratigraphic sequence, as was done at the Quarry site (Prausnitz 1969).