The excavation area (4 × 6 m; Figs. 1, 2) was located in the south of the village. Two layers of alluvium were exposed, one above the other. The bottom layer (L4) contained small and large fieldstones bonded with hard gray soil. This stratum overlay moist brown virgin soil (L5). The upper layer (L3) was soft alluvium mixed with small fieldstones. A cluster of lime stones (W2), probably remains of a wall foundation, was exposed in the upper layer of alluvium. Numerous potsherds were discovered in both layers and on the surface, belonging to Kefar Hananya-type vessels, dating to the Late Roman period (fourth–fifth centuries CE), among them a large quantity of Type E1 and D4 bowls. The uncovered potsherds were worn and crumbling, probably because they were swept here from the mountain to the north.