The wide massive wall (W7; length 9 m, width 1.87 m; Figs. 3, 4) was oriented east–west. It was built of fieldstones (up to 0.13 × 0.17 × 0.40 m) in dry construction and founded on bedrock as a series of rectangular ‘boxes’ that were filled with fieldstones of various sizes and dark brown soil (L112). The northern face of W7 was preserved five courses high, whereas its southern side had survived to three courses high. The wall had no openings and no stones in secondary use were found. To the north of the wall was a cluster of different size stones (L107; Fig. 5) that probably collapsed from the wall.
Potsherds were found on either side of the wall (Loci 107, 114), including a bowl (Fig. 6:1), a cooking pot (Fig. 6:2), and jars (Fig. 6:3, 4), dating to Iron II (eighth–seventh centuries BCE).