Square A.  A section of a curved wall, built of two rows of medium-sized fieldstones and preserved two courses high, was exposed (W102; Fig. 3). The northern part of the wall was cut by the trench that the electric company had dug and its continuation to the south is located beyond the limits of the excavation area. The wall was founded on a level of brown soil in a natural depression in the qirton bedrock. A number of stones (L108) to the west of W102 were apparently part of a stone pavement, which abutted the wall and was founded on a level of tamped soil (L109).  
The manner of construction and the ceramic finds, which included slipped and burnished potsherds, date the remains to Early Bronze Age IB. Similar finds were recovered from Stratum III in nearby Area A, which also dated to this period.
Square B. The natural bedrock was exposed below a level of brown soil fill that contained modern refuse.