The stones (W40; 0.45×1.00 m, height 0.8 m; Fig. 1) were founded on a stack of small stones (0.1×0.2 m) mixed with reddish brown soil overlying the bedrock. Modern debris was found down to the bedrock throughout the square (depth c. 0.9 m). A small, carelessly built field wall (W47; length 1.5 m, width 0.4 m, height 0.6 m) of roughly hewn stones was exposed in the western part of the square, just south of the bedrock. Modern refuse was found between the stones in the wall and in the fill beneath it. A bedrock surface (L44) was cleaned next to the excavation square, but no signs of quarrying or installations were discerned.