G. Schumacher described such a point in his book "Across the Jordan"
During the study of ancient literature on the region and of the aqueduct, I found such a hint in 2009 in the book mentioned above. Located at the intersection of two Roman roads, found G. Schumacher only the remains of a unusual structure, and created a sketch of it. With the exact dimensions, I could create an 3D Model of the given components. On the left side you get an impression of its function and exact proportions. It seems to be really clear that this was a roman terminus, a trifinium, or an Structure to be regarded as a basic pyramid in the modern sense. In order to prove this, we can find such a construction also in the "Corpus Agrimensorum" - The writings of the Roman surveyors in one of its oldest manuscripts.