Fragments of mud bricks, small kurkar stones, several small lumps of concrete, some ash, and jar sherds (L102, L103, L104) were exposed, spread over the northern part of the square. The pottery sherds (not drawn), ash and concrete were found mixed among the mud bricks. These were not architectural remains as such, but rather the remains of a collapsed wall that did not survive. Kurkar stones were also found in the eastern part of the square. Two coins and a metal item (pendant?) were discovered below the northern concentration of bricks (L104): one coin dated to 364–375 CE (IAA 154648) and the other to 378–383 CE (IAA 154649). The sherds and coins date the remains to the Byzantine period.
The excavation revealed a scant amount of architectural remains that date to the Byzantine period; these join other contemporary remains that were previously uncovered in the vicinity.