Two squares were opened (Permit No. A-3389*; map ref. NIG 17568/64982; OIG 12568/14982) prior to the erection of a high-voltage pylon. One quarter of a circular installation built of gray bricks (0.1 × 0.3 × 0.5 m) was exposed in the squares. The installation was preserved three courses high and contained modern refuse. It was enclosed within a rectangular structure whose northeastern and southwestern corners were preserved. The walls of the structure consisted of kurkar blocks and were preserved a single course high. The structure and the installation seem to be modern based on the finds they contained; the installation was probably used as a cesspit or a well.