The first site to become the object of a joint project is known as Site 151. Here, excavations concentrated on a farmhouse dating to the 3rd and 2nd centuries BCE. The well-preserved remains revealed a modest structure with storage bins, a fortified tower, and a small household shrine containing a kantharos and a ceramic club (perhaps an indication of the cult of Herakles). The storage areas testify to the agricultural activities of the building's inhabitants, probably wine production. Modifications to the structure over time indicate an increasing concern with defense, and the eventual abandonment of the farm may be related to the major economic and political changes the area underwent with the influx of new populations in the 3rd century CE. This site is now in the final publication stage, and we intend the comprehensive results of our research to be available to the scholarly community very soon.