A wall (W12; exposed length 1.65 m; Fig. 2) was discovered at a depth of 0.85 m below surface. It was carelessly built of medium-sized fieldstones that were placed on a foundation of small stones set atop hamra. The wall was damaged during the excavation and some of its stones from the northern part were removed; the wall was preserved a single course high. A thick layer of charcoal and ash (L14; Fig. 3) abutted the wall from the east; the charcoal and ash may be connected to an installation that was not preserved or an installation that was situated east of the excavation square, possibly a large oven or a charcoal kiln. Another wall (W19; exposed length 0.5 m) was exposed south of W12, at a depth of 0.9 m below surface; only two of its stones were preserved. A thick light gray plaster floor (L18) abutted the southern side of W19. A probe excavated in the northwestern corner of the square (L17) yielded no other remains below the level of Floor 18. The finds recovered from the excavation included a few potsherds that dated to the Ottoman period and the British Mandate era, as well as some scrap metal and broken glass.