A wall (W10; Fig. 2) built of dry construction, utilizing soft indigenous limestone (exposed length 2.4 m, width 0.35 m, preserved height 0.4 m), was exposed in Square F1. The wall, which was parallel to the Roman village’s northwestern enclosure wall and 0.5 m northwest of it, was founded on bedrock and extended beyond the excavation area. No floor remains that abutted the wall were found and its purpose is unclear.
Square F4 was opened 5.5 m northeast of Square F1. Remains of a floor (L601; Fig. 3), composed of small stones tamped in soil, were exposed. Part of the floor was bedrock that had been leveled. The floor did not abut any remains of walls and in all likelihood, it was part of an architectural complex located beyond the limits of the excavation.
The ceramic finds included bowls (Fig. 4:1, 2), cooking pots (Fig. 4:3–5) and jars (Fig. 4:6, 7) from the Roman period (first century BCE–first century CE).