A floor bedding of mortar, composed of lime mixed with ash (L104; 0.4 x 1.2 m, thickness 0.2 m; Fig. 1) and laid right on top of the natural sand, was discovered in the northern part of the square. Fragments of pottery vessels that included bowls (Fig. 2:1–5) and a jug (Fig. 2:6) from the Mamluk period (fourteenth–fifteenth centuries CE) were found in the vicinity of the floor remains.

The floor foundation was severed in the east by a metal barrel (L107), which seems to have been used as a cesspit in the demolished Mandatory building.

Numerous potsherds dating to the ninth–tenth centuries CE were also gathered.