The winepress (L102; Fig. 3) consists of a treading floor (2.1×2.8 m, depth 0.05 m) and a channel that is hewn in its southern side leads to a collecting vat (1.15×1.30 m, depth 0.5 m). Several potsherds dating to the Byzantine period were found. A similar winepress was exposed at Modi‘in (HA-ESI 117).
The stone clearance heap (L103; height c. 1.5 m) was composed of small fieldstones. Several potsherds that could not be dated were found.
The monogram was etched on the bedrock (L104; 0.2×0.2 m; Figs. 4, 5). Remains of Greek letters were discerned within the quadrants of a cross. A similar monogram was found in an excavation nearby (Permit No. A-6212). The exposure of the monogram supports the hypothesis that a monastery was in the region, which engaged in agricultural activity during the Byzantine period.
The field wall was built of medium and large fieldstones (L105; width 1 m). Walls of this type were meant to delineate cultivation plots.