Square A. In the earlier Phase II, there was a floor (L4, L5) of small fieldstones widely spaced, with dark soil fill in between. A bowl (Fig. 2) ascribed to the Early Islamic period, and a modern ring with a flower design (Fig. 3) were found above the floor (L7). In Phase I, c. 0.5 m above the floor, the foundation of an installation or a wall (L3; exposed length c. 1.5 m, width c. 0.7 m, exposed height c. 0.2 m), oriented east–west, was revealed. It was constructed of medium-sized stones bonded with white mortar; it was dated to the Early Islamic period (seventh–ninth centuries CE).
Square B. A floor (L8) of small fieldstones with dark earth between them was uncovered in Phase II. The floor dates to the Early Islamic period. Approximately 0.2 m above this floor, in Phase I, another floor (L10) of small stones with light colored soil between them was found. Pottery dating to the Byzantine and Early Islamic periods was found above it.