Meager remains were exposed in a single square (37 sq m), including two parallel terrace walls (W3, W4), one meter apart, at the western edge of a soft qirton bedrock terrace (Figs. 1, 2).
Wall 3 (length 1.5 m) was a row of medium-sized stones built next to the western end of the bedrock terrace. The wall was founded on top of a pale red-brown accumulation of natural soil mixed with small limestone pieces. The poorly preserved W4 was built of roughly hewn medium-sized stones with small fieldstones in-between. It survived to a single course high and like W3, was founded on top of a pale red-brown natural soil layer. A line of stones, marked as Wall 2, to the east of W3, was probably part of an installation that did not survive.
A few potsherds from the Roman and Byzantine periods were collected and an intact juglet from the Iron Age (Fig. 3) was found on the bedrock surface.