Ein Nashut – a small Jewish village was situated on the Golan mountain, 3km northern from Katzrin. The Jewish settlement that flourished here in the Mishnaic and Talmudic periods (Byzantine periods), 2nd-6th centuries AD was not identified and still keeping his Arab name. A small Synagogue and a big oil press was found in the village.
(All this folowing items were found at Ein Nashut and now are in The Katzrin Museum)
A pair of entwined snakes and the inscription : “Abun son of Yose”. (Found in the synagoge)
Sarcophagus lid with Hebrew inscription.
Sarcophagus lid with Greek inscription: Yosseh son of Zanneas seventy years of age.
found at Ein Samsam (1 km northern from Ein Nashut)