The excavation area (16 sq m) was situated c. 1 km northwest of the Fureidis Junction and c. 100 m east of the coastal road. The excavation was carried out 10 m west of the spot where the aqueduct’s remains were destroyed, so as not to cause any damage to the gas pipeline. The meager remains of a north–south aligned wall (W12; length 1.1 m, width 0.5 m; Figs. 1, 2), which was built of small and medium fieldstones, without mortar, were exposed c. 0.8 m below surface. A few worn potsherds were recovered from the excavation. It is possible that the wall was part of the aqueduct’s foundation that was destroyed as a result of agricultural activity.