Meager remains, including a pillar and two ovens (tabun) were uncovered in the current excavation (Figs. 1, 2). A tamped-soil floor was exposed (L54) throughout the entire area of the square. The base of a pillar, built in hamra soil (0.3 × 0.3 m) of kurkar stones, was preserved a single course high. A tabun (L58), c. 1.5 m north of the pillar, had a double wall lined with small stones (inner diam. 0.3 m, outer diam. 0.6 m) and another tabun (L59), of bright reddish clay (diam. 0.65 m, height 0.55 m, wall thickness 2–3 cm), were exposed. To their south, four inverted jars stood in a row and it seems they were connected to the activity of and around the tabun.
The pottery vessels included jars (Fig. 3:1–6) and a clay lamp (Fig. 3:7), dating to the Byzantine period (fifth–sixth centuries CE).