The excavation unearthed the foundations of a wall (W103; exposed length 4.9 m, width 0.6 m; Fig. 2) built of kurkar stones bonded with red mortar. The wall was abutted on the north by a floor of concrete tiles (L104; Fig. 3) that apparently dates from the 1960s. The wall was built over an earlier wall (W102; 8.9 m exposed length, 1.1 m wide; Fig. 4). A probe (L106) dug in the wall recovered Gaza Ware fragments, which date it from the lateOttoman period (not drawn).
The excavated wall is probably a remnant from the late Ottoman village of Abu Kabir, and it was used as a foundation for a modern building.