A 1,600-year-old estate belonging to a wealthy Samaritan has been uncovered by archaeologists in salvage excavations in the southern Sharon plain, adding to evidence of the once extensive presence of the community in the area.  Among the findings at the site was a 5th century wine press bearing a Greek inscription. KAN's Naomi Segal heard more from the director of the Israel Antiquities Authority excavation, Dr. Hagit Torge.

(Photo: Galeb Abu Diab/Israel Antiquities Authority)