The pre-ceramic, Neolithic "Tenta" settlement (7000 -- 6000 BC) is located on a small, natural hill. The buildings are circular structure built of stone or with rough-hewn stones in the lower part of the walls with mud-bricks above. The floor consist of plain beaten ground. There were found remains of paintings - a feddish colour.
- A. Bernard Knapp, The Archaeology of Cyprus: From Earliest Prehistory Through the Bronze Age, Cambridge University Press 2013, pp.103 nn