Square A (Fig. 1) was opened in the area where antiquities, covered over with modern refuse in recent years, were traced during the preliminary inspection. A row of various size fieldstones, oriented east–west, was exposed in the northern part of the square (Fig. 2), as well as part of a pit (Fig. 3) whose precise outline could not be determined due to extensive damage caused to it. The pit contained fragments of pottery vessels, mostly ribbed jars (Fig. 4:1) that dated to the Byzantine period, as well as a number of cooking pots sherds, fragments of two oil lamps (Fig. 4:2, 3) and fragments of glass vessels, all dating to the Byzantine period. It probably functioned as a refuse pit.
Square B was adjacent to the northern side of Square A. Fragments of pottery vessels, mostly ribbed body sherds of jars and a few body fragments of cooking pots, dating to the Byzantine period, were found.
An intact jar (Fig. 4:4) that dated to the Ottoman period was discovered on top of a kurkar hill, c. 250 m to the north of the excavation area.