The excavation area (3.5

× 6.0 m) revealed scant remains of two walls, which were built of kurkar ashlars (0.15 × 0.20 × 0.40 m) and were preserved a single course high. The first wall was oriented east–west, whereas the second was aligned north–south. Several fragments of pottery vessels, dating to the Byzantine period, were discovered south of the first wall, including a saqiye vessel (Fig. 1). The wall remains were probably part of a larger architectural complex that extended beyond the excavation limits.