Square 1. Two parallel walls, preserved a single course high (W3, W6; height 0.15–0.34 m; Figs. 2, 3), were exposed in the southwest corner of the square. Another wall (W5) that had survived by a few stones was uncovered between them. A carefully leveled floor (Loci 54, 60) of kurkar and crushed chalk abutted the walls.
Square 2. Only fragments of pottery vessels and small artifacts, without any architectural remains, were found.
Square 3. Several walls of a room (W1, W2, W4; Figs. 4, 5) that were built of two rows of partly dressed limestone and a core of small stones were exposed. A tamped chalk floor (L53) abutted either side of the walls. In the eastern part of the square, a jar that contained six olive pits (L56; Figs. 6, 7) was embedded in the floor. Another wall (W3) built of limestone and bonded with mortar, whose function was not ascertained, was exposed in the northeastern part of the square.