Remains of a wall (W10; length 9 m, width 1 m; Figs. 1, 2) built of two rows of partially dressed stones (size of stones 0.35 × 0.35 × 0.40 m) with soil fill and small stones in between were exposed. The wall was preserved to a height of one course and was founded on soil. Pottery sherds were found in the vicinity of the wall, among them a bowl (Fig. 3:1) and jars (Fig. 3:5–7) dating to the Byzantine period. A probe excavated in the wall (L105) yielded fragments of cooking kraters (Fig. 3:2, 3) and a jar (Fig. 3:4) from the Byzantine period.
Remains of a burial cave (Figs. 1: Section 1–1; 4) were documented near the excavation area. It was severely damaged when the Marom Hotel was constructed and only one of its sides survived. The absence of datable finds and the damage inflicted upon it make it impossible to date.