Wall remains (W1; Fig. 2) consisting of two ashlars resting on hamra soil were exposed in the western corner of Sq 1. Several potsherds from the Early Roman period were collected in a section excavated along the wall (L107). Scant remains of an installation that had been dismantled when the wall was built were revealed at the bottom of the excavation. No architectural remains were found in Squares 2 and 3.
A foundation course of a wall (W2; Fig. 3) built of smooth limestone and a core of wadi pebbles was exposed in Sq 4. The wall extended in both directions beyond the limits of the square. Potsherds were recovered from the excavation along the wall (L108), the latest of which dated to the Late Byzantine–Early Umayyad period. Wall 2 was adjoined from the west by another wall (W3; preserved length 1.5 m), to whose south was a fieldstone collapse (L109).
Small fieldstones scattered unevenly (L106) were exposed in Sq 5. These might be the remains of a dismantled wall or a floor foundation.
Potsherds from a variety of periods were collected, including a krater from the seventh century CE (Fig. 4:1) and a baggy-shaped jar from the first–second centuries CE (Fig. 4:2).