This fragmentary inscription was discovered in the House of Ahiel. It is written in ink on a jar in formal handwriting. Sherds (broken pieces) from storage jars were often used as a writing surface, so the inscription may be unrelated to the jar or its contents.
The inscription's meaning is difficult to understand, but it mentions three individuals by name. Two of the names mention Yhwh. There is also a desciption of each person. These are harder to decipher, but may be tentatively translated as:
...]s son of Ahiel, who marks [?] rags ...]yahu son of Hesedyahu, who gathers silver ...]yahu [son of Y]adayahu, who gathers [gold ?]
Although the purpose of the inscription remains enigmatic, the House of Ahiel is named after the first individual named in the text.