Tel Kedesh in Upper Galilee is a large site of 20 acres [8 ha.] that was inhabited for hundreds of years. It is currently (2009) under excavation—see below for some literature.
On the lower northeastern surface of the mound a large Roman Temple is clearly visible as are a number of sarcophagi.
For additional information see Ovadiah, Asher, Moshe Fischer, and Israel Roll. "Kedesh (in Upper Galilee — Tel Kedesh: The Roman Temple." Pages 857–59 in The New Encyclopedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land - vol. 3. Edited by Ephraim Stern, Ayelet Lewinson–Gilboa, and Aviram. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1993.
Berlin, Andrea, and Sharon Herbert. "Kedesh, Tel (in Upper Galilee)." Pages 1905–06 in The New Encyclopedia of Archaeological Excavations in the Holy Land — vol. 5 — Supplementary Volume. Edited by Ephraim Stern, Ayellet Lewinson–Gilboa, and Joseph Aviram. Jerusalem and Washington, DC: Israel Exploration Society and Biblical Archaeological Society, 2008.