Enclosure Walls. Three walls, built of a row of large stones (up to 1 m long), were identified. Wall 100 was in the northwest of the plot (length 48 m; Figs. 1–3), Wall 103—in the southwest (length 91 m; Fig. 4) and Wall 108 in the southeast of the plot (length 35 m; Figs. 5, 6). The probe trenches flanking W100 on each side exposed its stones, which were set on a layer of soil (thickness 0.2–0.5 m) that covered bedrock surface.
Terrace Walls. Two walls that delimited farming terraces inside the cultivation plot were examined. Wall 101 (Figs. 7, 8) was built of three–four stone courses and delimited a farming terrace (width c. 1 m) where the soil was c. 0.5 m deep; Wall 102 (height c. 1 m) was built of three–five stone courses (max. length of each stone 0.2 m) that delimited a farming terrace where the soil was c. 0.4 m deep (Fig. 9). The two walls were built of small stones (0.3 m long), piled up haphazardly. A terrace wall (W104; height c. 1 m, width 1 m), which belonged to one of the farming terraces that was built in the wadi channel, was inspected. The wall whose outer face was built of large stones (up to 0.8 m long) continued widthwise across the wadi in a general east–west direction. It retained fill that comprised different sized stones and enclosed a farming terrace where the soil had accumulated to a depth of 2.2 m (Figs. 10–12).