A wall stump (W111; Figs. 2, 3) built of limestone and chalk aligned northwest–southeast was exposed in the eastern square. Above the wall and along its sides was an accumulation of broken chalk stones (L110) and tamped loess (L104) that were damaged by a modern refuse pit (L100). At a higher elevation southeast of the wall was a level of stones near a modern trench containing cables. It is unclear if that level was part of the ancient remains or was meant to cover the modern infrastructure.
In the northwestern square, layers of accumulation (L101, L103, L108) were exposed that included chalk stones, Byzantine pottery sherds and modern material.
The scant finds recovered above and near the wall date to the late Byzantine period (sixth –early seventh centuries CE). These remains are probably related to the nearby building excavated previously (Permit No. A-7413).