Area A (Figs. 1, 2)
The excavation of Square I exposed a few pottery fragments with no architectural remains. A surface (L108; 1.0 × 1.1 m) of small stones was uncovered at the western end of the square. Its continuation (L104; 1.1 × 1.2 m, height 0.6 cm) was noted in the balk between Squares I and II. The western end of the surface was bound by a very thin layer of plaster that was apparently applied to a wall. Several wall sections (W10–W13) built of kurkar fieldstones were exposed south of L104. 


The ceramic finds included bowls (Fig. 3:1), kraters (Fig. 3:2–4), lids (Fig. 3:5), cooking pots (Fig. 3:6–11), jars (Fig. 3: 12–15) and a lamp fragment (Fig. 3:16), dating to the Byzantine period (fifth–sixth centuries CE).
It was impossible to determine the purpose of the stone surface and the walls due to the meager remains.


Area B (Figs. 4, 5)
Part of an installation (L202; diam. 1.07 m, wall thickness 0.27 m, height 0.75 m) was exposed in Square III. It was built of various-sized kurkar fieldstones within hamra fill. The installation was coated with two layers of plaster; the upper layer contained ribbed jars fragments from the Byzantine period, which were also recovered from the square itself.