During recovery of a building and conversion into a hotel, a segment was identified of a 20-foot wide Roman wall of the late period, with an east-west bearing. The exterior side of the wall was amde of large ashlars
, while the interior was built with stones of variable size, distributed arbitrarily.
There are also remains of a gated interior terrace, indicated by a robust tank and coated in opus signinum
, with corner columns (two lioz bases, possibly of Corinthian
order, remain in the northeast and southeast corners). The base of the tank was built with large rectangular ashlars
, over which there was a wall of bricks joined and coated with whitish mortar. Along the tank's exterior, circulation was upon pavement built with lateres
. This evidence suggests a domus