A single square was excavated along the northeastern slope of the site, revealing a wall that was built of large ashlar stones and founded on bedrock (Figs. 1, 2). The wall was dated to the middle of the second or the beginning of the third century CE.
 The ceramic finds consisted mostly of storage jars (Fig. 3:1–7) and an amphora (Fig. 3:8), along with some cooking-pot fragments (not illustrated). The earliest pottery is dated to the first century CE, but most is dated to the second–third centuries CE.