Excavation of the square (3 × 6 m; Fig. 2) revealed quarrying debris (L100; Fig. 3) consisting of small and medium-sized stones mixed with brown earth beneath a layer of modern soil fill. The fill rested against a wall (W1) built of large un-mortared fieldstones. Another fill (L103; Fig. 4) that abutted and leaned against W1 was exposed below Fill 100. It too contained quarrying debris but its composition was slightly different and consisted of small and medium-sized stones without soil. For safety reasons, to prevent the collapse of the wall, the fills next to it were not cleaned.    
The ceramic finds recovered from the fills date to the Iron Age, the Early Roman and the Byzantine periods. The fragments of glass are from the Byzantine period.
In sum, the excavation revealed a retaining wall and fills dating to the Byzantine period.