A salvage excavation (A-3346*; map ref. NIG 19275/71391; OIG 14275/21391), which was conducted following the exposure of ashlar stones while installing a sewage line along Highway 7, revealed a wall segment (length 7.5 m, width 0.75–0.95 m) oriented northwest–southeast. The wall was built of various-sized dressed and roughly hewn stones, in secondary use, with no bonding material, and was preserved to a maximum of 1 m high. The wall seems to have been part of a fence that separated agricultural plots. Several pottery fragments dating to the Byzantine period were retrieved from the excavation.