The area was mostly excavated to a depth of 1.1 m, reaching bedrock at a depth of c. 2 m below surface in a very small area (L407). Three stone walls (W41–W43), preserved 0.8–1.2 m high, were exposed. Wall 43, built on bedrock, formed a corner with W41 and it seems that both walls were contemporaneous. A patch of packed earth (L405; elevation 218.87 m), with some Early Roman potsherds, may be part of an associated floor (Stratum IV). Wall 42 abutted W41 and was probably a later addition (Stratum III), although this is uncertain since the base of the wall was not reached. The potsherds adjacent to the walls dated to the Hellenistic (Strata VI–V), Early Roman (Stratum IV) and Middle Roman (Stratum III) periods. Byzantine potsherds occurred in topsoil (Stratum I).