On the margins of a rocky slope, a square (4 × 5 m) was excavated, revealing a small section of a building with three extant walls (W1–W3; Fig. 1). Wall 1 (height 1.05 m, width 1.5 m) was preserved four courses high. Its northern end abutted W2, which was likewise preserved four courses high (1.55 m). Wall 3, which abutted W1 on its eastern face, was preserved three courses high (0.8 m). The walls were composed of two faces of large undressed stones (W1––0.65 × 0.70 × 0.70 m) or medium-sized stones, with a core of small stones that contained pottery fragments from the Byzantine period, including a bowl (Fig. 2:1), a cooking pot (Fig. 2:2), and a jar (Fig. 2:3).