Remains of walls were exposed in a single square. Wall 10, discovered c. 0.8 m below surface and built of river pebbles, was preserved five courses high. Wall 11, parallel to W10, consisted of massive flint and kurkar stones. Any possible connection between the two walls is negated on account of the differences in elevation and in construction techniques, as well as the small distance between them. The meager ceramic finds were dated to the Late Byzantine period.