A lime pavement (0.9 × 1.3 m) that was damaged due to its proximity to surface was found. No pottery was associated with the pavement and therefore, it could not be dated.
A circular pit (diam. 1.4 m, depth 1.06 m), hewn in kurkar bedrock and filled with modern debris, was discovered. At its bottom was carbonized organic material. No potsherds were found.
Circular depressions (diam. 0.56–0.76 m) hewn in soft kurkar bedrock were found. Remains of roots were in the center of most depressions and therefore it seems that they were used for tree planting. A few potsherds from MB II and the Hellenistic and Ottoman periods, as well as a single flint flake, were found on surface and in the fill of the depressions.