Stratum I. Two levels of small and medium-sized kurkar stones were exposed; the upper level was discovered throughout the excavation area (L104; Fig. 2), whereas the lower one was only revealed in Squares A1 and A2 (L107, L109; thickness 0.3 m; Fig. 3). The lower level was deposited on the kurkar bedrock. Fill composed of brown soil mixed with potsherds and shells (thickness 0.3 m) was exposed between the levels in Squares A1 and A2. It seems that these two levels were the bedding of a harbor road, oriented north–south. The ceramic finds in Stratum I included an Attic fish plate (Fig. 4:1), bowls (Fig. 4:2, 3), cooking pots (Fig. 4:4, 5), and a jar (Fig. 4:6), dating to the Hellenistic period.
Stratum II. A section of a drainage channel (L120; exposed length c. 1.5 m, width 0.3 m, depth 0.53 m; Fig. 5) was uncovered in the southwestern corner of Square A2. The channel was partly hewn in the kurkar bedrock and partly built of dressed kurkar stones. This section of the channel followed a slightly curved route and it seems that at this point it turned from the south toward the west. Due to the limited excavation area, the architectural connection of the channel was not revealed; however, it is reasonable to assume that it served as a drainage channel of ancient buildings in the vicinity and led to the sea. The ceramic finds from Stratum II included a mortarium (Fig. 6:1), an Attic bowl (Fig. 6:2), a cooking pot (Fig. 6:3), an amphora (Fig. 6:4), jars (Fig. 6:5–7) and a basket handle of a jar (Fig. 6:8), all dating to the Persian period.