Stone Clearance Heaps. The heaps (max. diam. 6 m, max. height 0.8 m) comprised different sized stones. Probes (c. 1 × 1 m) were dug in five of them: Heap 100 (elliptical; 2.5 × 3.5 m, height 0.5 m; Fig. 1); Heap 103 (round; diam. 2.5 m; Fig. 2); Heap 106 (round; diam. c. 3 m, height 0.4 m), in which body fragments of a jar from the Byzantine period were found; Heap 107 (round; diam. c. 3 m, height c. 0.4 m; Fig. 3); Heap 108 (elliptical; 3 × 5 m, height 0.6 m; Figs. 4, 5), in which potsherds that dated to the Byzantine period were found.
 
Walls. A cultivation plot extended across the southern slope of the hill and two walls that delineated its northern corner had survived (Fig. 6): a wall oriented northeast-southwest (W113; length c. 100 m) and a wall aligned south-southwest–north-northeast (W127; length c. 120 m). A square (3 × 3 m) was opened along the northeastern side of W113, near its juncture with W127. The excavation revealed that the two walls were built of a single row of large stones (max. length 1 m), set on bedrock.
 
Built Installation. A square installation (L109; c. 1 × 1 m; Fig. 7), built of a single stone course (up to 0.5 m long), was erected next to the northwestern face of W113. Remains of a hearth were found inside the installation, as well as fragments of pottery vessels from the Byzantine period, including a fragment of a baking tray that suggest the installation may have been used as an oven.