One square was excavated, unearthing the remains of a wall (W12; Fig. 2) built of large, hewn stones; the wall was preserved one course high. A probe (L13) beside the wall yielded potsherds dating from the Hellenistic to the Ottoman periods (not drawn) without stratigraphic context.
The limited scope of the excavation did not allow any conclusions regarding the nature of the site. However, it is likely that the wall enclosed a building belonging to the Ottoman village of Sakia (see PEF map).