Area A. One square was opened and three walls, generally oriented east–west (W1–W3; Figs. 2, 3), were exposed. The walls, preserved a single course high, were founded on the bedrock and built of one (W3) or two (Walls 1, 2) rows of various size, roughly hewn stones. No floors or habitation levels were discovered next to the walls and no datable finds were found in their vicinity.

Area B. Two squares were excavated. The eastern square was devoid of finds and an opening of a natural cave was exposed in the western square (Fig. 4). The cave was not examined due to safety precautions, but a few non-diagnostic potsherds that may indicate it had been used in antiquity were found in front of it.

Area C. One square was excavated and no finds were discovered.