Two areas (A, B) were excavated in which a roundish structure (20 × 25 m) was discovered (Fig. 2). Sections of its perimeter wall (W1, W2, W3), which was built of flint and undressed chalk stones, survived to a height of two courses (0.55 m); no remains of a floor were found.
A few potsherds were discovered in the structure, mostly on either side of Wall 2. These included a Late Roman C bowl (Fig. 3:1), a locally manufactured bowl (Fig. 3:2), cooking pots (Fig. 3:3, 4) and a jar (Fig. 3:5), all of which date to the Byzantine period.