A wall (W2; length 4 m) was discovered in the west of the area, built of ashlar stones with plaster remains preserved on the eastern side at its southern end. The wall extended along the balk and therefore, it was impossible to ascertain its width. A gray-plastered floor (L2; thickness 6 cm), which abutted W2, was laid directly on bedrock. The floor extended below the eastern and southern balks and was not preserved in the southeastern part. A probe excavated below the floor (L5) and down to bedrock was devoid of any potsherds.
The potsherds on the floor dated to the first century BCE and included a bowl (Fig. 3:1), a cooking pot (Fig. 3:2), jars (Fig. 3:3–5), a juglet (Fig. 3:6) and a pinched lamp (Fig. 3:7). A coin from the reign of Alexander Jannaeus (IAA No. 111868) was found as well.