After the mechanical removal of the surface layer (0.5 m thick), a long north–south wall was encountered at a depth of 0.7 m (W801; length 9.5 m, width 0.6 m; Figs. 2, 3); it extends beyond the excavation area. The wall is built of a single course of large and medium-sized fieldstones set in a single row on hard clay soil. On each side of the wall it is abutted by layer of brown tamped earth containing gravel and potsherds (L802 and L800, respectively), probably floor bedding. The pottery found in the floor beddings and above them consisted of jars from the Roman period (Fig. 4; second–third centuries CE).
Wall 801 and the floor bedding abutting it were probably the continuation of a north–south Roman road.