A wall (W10; length c. 1.8 m, width c. 0.3 m; Fig. 2) built of dressed kurkar stones and generally oriented east–west was uncovered in the middle of the square; it was preserved a single course high. Three sections of a stone floor that shared the same elevation (Loci 107, 112, 113; Fig. 3) were discovered north and east of the wall; Floor 112 probably abutted W10 originally, although the connection was not entirely clear due to poor preservation.
The floor along the square’s eastern balk was cut by a channel that had been dug during previous works at the site. A few potsherds, some of which dated to the Byzantine and Early Islamic periods and others that were non-diagnostic, animal bones, a single metal artifact and two coins from the Mamluk period (IAA Nos. 115266, 115267) were discovered on the floor. Stone collapse (L106; see Fig. 2) was exposed southwest of W10. The excavation in the southern part of the square reached a stratum of sterile sand.