A building, probably used as a watchman's hut, was exposed. The walls of the structure were built of medium-sized lime stones (0.2 × 0.3 m), which were not all preserved. A stone weight was among those utilized in the construction of the eastern wall (W13). The floor of the building was not preserved. The finds included a few potsherds from the Late Byzantine period, such as bowls (Fig. 2:1, 2), kraters (Fig. 2:3–5), a cooking pot (Fig. 2:6) and a cooking pot lid (Fig. 2:7), as well as several metal fragments, including a poorly preserved coin that probably dates to the fourth century CE.