A single square was opened. The remains of a wall, built of one row of ashlar stones, without mortar and preserved a single course high, was exposed (W10; min. length 5.2 m, width 0.4 m). The wall, which was oriented east–west, extended beyond the limits of the excavation.
Fragments of pottery vessels, including jars (Fig. 2) that dated to the Byzantine period, were found in the fill between the stones of the wall.
The limited scope of the excavation precluded the determination of the wall’s function.