In the upper Treviso plain, near the Musone stream, the works for the construction of the Pedemontana Veneta (SPV) highway, designed to connect the A4 and A27 motorways from Montecchio Maggiore (Vicenza) to Spresiano (Treviso), have brought to light Spineda (Riese Pio X) various traces referable to an anthropic frequentation extended over time. The investigations document the progressive changes implemented in the ancient agricultural landscape, which sees the greatest impact in the northwestern centuriation of Padua, and the construction of a rustic building from the Roman era, marked by an economy of self-subsistence. Among the most characteristic aspects of what has emerged are the production of pitch and some cattle burials. After a period of partial abandonment, a new phase of life is linked to the arrival of an allochthonous population, perhaps Goth, to which a Grubenhaus and a girl's burial with valuable equipment are ascribed. The information collected therefore adds a significant piece to the knowledge of this portion of the territory, so far substantially devoid of archaeological finds.