Remains of two walls (W11, W12; Fig. 1), built of wadi pebbles mixed with limestone, were discovered in two half squares (25 sq m). The walls were probably part of a building whose floor was not preserved and only the foundations of the walls survived. The finds from the Late Byzantine period included a few pottery fragments of bowls (Fig. 2:1–3), a cooking pot (Fig. 2:4), a cooking pot lid (Fig. 2:5), a Gaza jar (Fig. 2:6), a bag-shaped store jar (Fig. 2:7) and jugs (Fig. 2:8, 9).