The upper stratum contained gray soil mixed with potsherds and small stones, together with modern refuse. The lower stratum contained red-fired tabun material (thickness 10–18 cm) that sealed a layer of potsherds, which included a cooking pot (Fig. 1:1) and jars (Fig. 1:2, 4), dating to Middle Bronze IIA, as well as flint sickle blades. The jug (Fig. 1:3) was dated to Middle Bronze IIB.
Remains of a tabun were also documented in the excavation.