An area (122 sq m; Figs. 1, 2) was excavated; bedrock was exposed in its southeastern part where hardly any finds were traced, suggesting that this part of the site was located beyond the bounds of the settlement. In the northwestern part of the area, a section of a building whose walls were built of roughly hewn basalt stones was excavated. A number of rooms that were connected by doorways and had floors paved with basalt flagstones were exposed (figs. 3, 4). The lower millstone of an Olynthus mill that was set on top of a built installation was discovered in the southwestern room (Fig. 5).
The finds included fragments of locally produced pottery vessels, cooking pots and cooking bowls, which were similar to the vessels manufactured at Kefar Hananya and in the Golan workshops, and jars that are also known from local workshops. In addition, fragments of lamps and a number of coins were found. The artifacts were dated to the second and third centuries CE.