Two squares (C11, C12) were opened in the current excavation.
Square C11. A section of a north–south oriented wall (W31; length 3.5 m, width 0.55–0.60 m, preserved height c. 0.35 m; Figs. 1, 2) was found. It was built of kurkar ashlars and founded on virgin soil. A floor (F32; thickness 0.12 m) of potsherds, crushed mortar and a few small fieldstones abutted the wall from the east.
Square C12. No building remains were found, except for a fill that was mixed with a few potsherds.
The ceramic finds from the two squares dated to the Byzantine period and included mostly body, handles and a few jar rim fragments (Fig. 3:1, 2), as well as a jar rim from the Early Islamic period (Fig. 3:3).