Area A. Four squares were opened (Fig. 2). The aperture of a water cistern (L106; 1.1 × 2.4 m, at least 2 m deep) was in the southwestern part of the area. It was filled with large fieldstones (average size 0.3 × 0.6 × 0.3 m), mostly burnt. The cistern was not excavated. East of it was a wall section, oriented east–west (W112; 1.4 m long). The wall, built of a single row of large fieldstones (average size 0.3 × 0.4 × 0.3 m), was founded on bedrock. Another north–south oriented wall (W113; 2 m long), built of one row of smaller fieldstones (0.2 × 0.2 × 0.2 m), was visible in the eastern balk of the square. The layer of fill above the cistern aperture contained a large amount of carbon and burnt fieldstones. Circular, bedrock-hewn cupmarks were exposed in the northern part of the area.


Areas B and D consisted of several rock-hewn remains.


Area C comprised a rock-hewn winepress with a square treading floor (L300; 2.4 × 2.5 m; height of walls 0.2 m; Fig. 3) and a collecting vat (L301; 0.7 × 1.7 m) whose top was destroyed. The vat’s upper part (to a depth of 0.8 m) was hewn in hard nari bedrock and its bottom was quarried in softer limestone (to an additional depth of 0.5 m). Traces of thick grayish-white plaster were visible on the walls.


Area E. Rock-cuttings in limestone (to a depth of 2.5 m; Fig. 4) were exposed over a distance of 21 m. They probably belonged to a quarry that extended north and south beyond the excavation area. Stones in a variety of sizes were extracted and several remained in situ (average size 0.25 × 0.35 × 0.45 m).


Area F. A section of a massive wall (width 1.5 m, preserved height 0.5 m) was exposed over a distance of 4.5 m at the western end of the area. It was oriented north–south and built of very large fieldstones with smaller fieldstones incorporated between them. A narrower wall (length 1 m, width 0.3 m, preserved height 0.25 m) built of a single row of medium-sized stones was founded on bedrock, abutting the massive wall from the east.


Area G included two farming terraces oriented north–south (W702, W703; See Fig. 1).