The corner of a massive building with wide walls (W101, W103; max. width 1.1 m; Fig. 3) was uncovered in the eastern part of the excavation area. The walls were built of two rows of medium-sized and large fieldstones, with small fieldstones in between; they were preserved to a height of one course. A tamped chalk floor (L104) abutted the walls. Ceramic artifacts were discovered above and below the floor, including bowls (Fig. 4:1–4) and jars (Fig. 4:5, 6), dating to the MB II.
A rock-hewn pit (L200; Fig. 5), whose ceiling collapsed, was exposed in the western part of the excavation area. Brown earth mixed with medium-sized and large fieldstones was exposed in a probe excavated in the pit by means of a backhoe (depth 3 m); the pit was not completely excavated. It seems that the finds revealed in the excavation are related to the MB architectural remains that were previously discovered in excavations at the site.