A single square was excavated (Fig. 2), revealing remains of wall foundations, a habitation level and a bedding.
One wall foundation (W5; Figs. 3, 4) was uncovered in the west part of the square and extended beyond the limits of the excavation. It consisted of mortar and stones. A second wall foundation (W3), also made of mortar and stones, was uncovered to its southwest. Wall 5 was abutted on the south by a level of hamra soil (L8; Figs. 2: Section 2–2; 5)—probably the bedding of a floor, but the floor itself was not preserved. To the west of W5 was a thick layer of soil, stones and potsherds (L9; Figs. 2: Section 1–1; 6, 7), probably the bedding of another floor. The pottery dates from the Early Islamic period and includes a bowl (Fig. 8:1), a jug (Fig. 8:2), jars (Fig. 8:3–5) and a lamp (Fig. 8:6).