One square was opened and a section of the wall, oriented northeast-southwest, was exposed. The wall was built of different size fieldstones, arranged unevenly. The tops of other stones that constituted the continuation of the wall were discovered slightly northeast of the square. West of the wall was a lens of light-colored soil and pebbles that had probably been used as a floor or a road. Between the stones in the wall and within the soil fill alongside it, on top of the light-colored level, were numerous potsherds from the Byzantine period, as well as two illegible coins, whose shape point to a feasible date in the fifth–sixth centuries CE.
The wall may have been used to delimit a road or cultivation plots; it could also have been the foundation of an irrigation channel that did not survive.