Bedrock sloping from west to east was exposed in the western part of the square and a concentration of small and medium fieldstones was revealed in its southeastern part (Fig. 1). The fill contained modern debris, including old rifle cartridges, a fragment of a porcelain plate and a tin can, as well as fragments of pottery vessels, not in situ, including bowls, cooking pots, jars and a jug that dated to the Early Roman period (first century BCE–first century CE), a variety of different size tesserae and a small white marble fragment.