One excavation square was opened in each lot. Part of a building that consisted of four walls was exposed in Lot 242 (Fig. 1). The main wall (W102; length 7.25 m) was preserved three courses high. Three walls that formed rooms abutted it. A tabun (L18) that belonged to a floor (L7) was in the corner of Walls 102 and 103. Wall 101, which abutted W102, separated between two rooms. A floor in the southern room (L16) was overlaid with numerous potsherds. A few potsherds were found on the floor of the northern room (L15). Wall 105, which was west of W102, also separated between two rooms, a northern (L12) and a southern one (L13), which yielded only a meager amount of potsherds.
A wall (W104; length 5.5 m, preserved height 0.57 m; Fig. 2) was exposed in Lot 255. The pottery vessels found on the floor (L9) that abutted the wall included bowls (Fig. 3:1–5) and jars (Fig. 3:6–9) that dated to the end of the Byzantine period. A pit (L11; diam. 1.4 m) uncovered below W104 and Floor L9 contained a large amount of ceramics that dated to the Chalcolithic period, including a handle of a holemouth jar (Fig. 3:11) and the base of a cornet (Fig. 3:12), as well as a fragment of a saqiye jar (Fig. 3:10). The eastern part of the pit was destroyed during the course of development work.