Another villa rustica, known for a long time and already partially investigated in 2009, was flown over on 05.06.2017. The field was cultivated with winter wheat, in which the main building of this Roman manor house was recognisable due to negative crop marks. As the negative crop marks were only formed by differences in growth height and not additionally by discolouration of the plants, the ground plan of the house could only be roughly recognised. The same building was then flown over again with the infrared camera. In the revised image, which has been converted into a grey image infrared image, some details of the foundation walls are better visible. In the background of the image, 2 more outbuildings can be made out. Addendum 2018: Based on the findings in 2017, this Roman manor house was also flown over again in spring 2018. The arable land had been cultivated in different ways this year and so on 13.05.2018 only the eastern part of the main building showed negative crop marks in winter wheat. On the adjacent areas, beets and rape were cultivated but had not developed any crop marks. Addendum 2020: In 2020, winter cereals were grown on both arable fields on which the estate is located. As the spring was again very dry, it was reasonable to assume that the foundation walls of the entire site would show up well as negative vegetation features. The following aerial photograph of 11.04.2020 confirmed this assumption impressively. At least 3 other building complexes are well visible in addition to the main building. The hypocaust rooms of the residential building stand out as light areas. Another photograph taken a good month later on 17.05.2020 shows that the crop marks above some foundation walls are now much less pronounced and structures that were still clearly visible in April have partly disappeared again (including parts of the main building). Other parts of the courtyard, however, can be better delineated such as the small building between the two large outbuildings, which, due to its shape and size, can probably be addressed as the bathing building of the villa rustica.