Square A. A wall (W104), oriented north–south and founded on bedrock, was exposed. It was built of different size fieldstones and preserved a single course high. A grayish brown tamped earth floor (L111; Fig. 3) mixed with potsherds from the Roman period abutted the eastern side of W104.
The rim of a glass bowl decorated with a crimped trail was found; it is dated from the end of the first century to the mid-second century CE (Fig. 4:1).
Square B. A hewn cupmark (L102; diam. 0.3 m, depth 0.2 m) and a surface built of various size stones (L108) to its east were exposed.
A small glass bead, decorated with eye beads and dating to the Roman period, was discovered (Fig. 4:2).
Square C. A circular tabun (L116; diam. 0.9 m; Fig. 5) built on bedrock was uncovered. Fragments of pottery vessels, dating from the end of the first to the third centuries CE, were found inside it, including a bowl (Fig. 6:1), a krater (Fig. 6:2), cooking pots (Fig. 6:3–9), jars (Fig. 6:10–12), jugs (Fig. 6:13, 14) and lamps (Fig. 7); a candlestick-shaped glass bottle that dated to the same time period (Fig. 4:3) was also found.
The upper part of a bedrock-hewn round opening (L118; diam. 0.8 m) was partially excavated; a hewn rectangular installation (L113; 0.5×0.8 m) to its south was excavated. The opening of a bell-shaped cistern (L119; not excavated), filled with modern debris, was to the northwest of the excavation area.