Stratum II. One course of a dry-constructed wall (W105; Fig. 3) of fieldstones was exposed. The wall, aligned in a north–south direction, was constructed atop a level of river pebbles (L106) that yielded a meager amount of finds: a flint bladelet dated to the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B period (Fig. 4) and several flakes that could not be dated with any certainty. The paucity of finds make it impossible to date W105.
Stratum I yielded a layer of fill containing river pebbles and a few fragments of pottery vessels, some of which date from the Intermediate Bronze Age. The sherds include fragments of a jar decorated with a half herringbone motif (Fig. 5:1, 2) and a jar fragment with a knob on its rim (Fig. 5:3). Part of a basalt grinding vessel (Fig. 5:4) was also found. The layer was not homogeneous in nature, and thus it is un likely that the potsherds it contained were in situ.