Square A (Fig. 1)
Two walls (W1, W2; width 0.6 m), preserved four courses high, were exposed. The walls were built of two rows of indigenous kurkar stones, most of them dressed. An earlier wall (W6; width 0.7 m), built of medium-sized fieldstones and preserved a single course high, was discovered along the line of and below W1.
A coin that dates to the reign of Hadrian (117–135 CE; IAA 97904) and was struck in the mint of Caesarea was found on the surface.
Square B
Walls of medium-sized fieldstones (W3, W4; width 0.5–0.6 m) that formed a corner (L108) were exposed c. 8 m northeast of Square A. A number of flat stones (length 0.30–0.35 m), probably part of a floor, were found c. 0.5 m northeast of W4.
A copper coin of Domitian (81–96 CE; IAA 97905), minted in Caesarea, was found north of W4.
Square C
A wall built of small and medium fieldstones and preserved a single course high was exposed (W5; width 0.6 m).