Remains of a rectangular room (L3; 2.5 × 4.0 m; Fig 2) whose walls were covered with a thin layer of light colored plaster were exposed in the northern part of the excavation area. The floor in the room was paved with modern stone tiles. A niche was installed in the room’s southern wall. A rock-hewn cistern (L7; diam. 4 m, diam. of opening 0.9 m; Figs. 3, 4) was revealed c. 4 m south of the building; it was not excavated. The western part of the cistern had been destroyed by development work done at the site. The cistern was treated with a thick layer of gray plaster mixed with small stone inclusions. A rock-hewn channel (L6; length 5 m, width 0.35 m, max. depth 0.5 m; Fig. 5), which apparently conveyed run-off to the cistern, was exposed nearby to the south. A round rock-cut installation (L4; diam. 0.5 m, depth 0.3 m; Fig. 5) was exposed just north of the channel; only its northern part was preserved. A square rock-cutting (L8; 0.75 × 0.90 m, depth 0.2 m; Fig. 6), probably an installation as well, was revealed c. 3 m east of the aforementioned installation. A small rectangular quarry (L5; 1.10 × 1.56 m, depth c. 0.26 m; Fig. 6) was exposed to the north of this rock-cutting.