A fieldstone wall aligned in a southeast–northwest direction (W100; length c. 15 m; Figs. 2–4) was exposed in the current excavation. Three courses of the wall were uncovered; a fourth course could be discerned near the end of the excavation. It seems that the wall served as a dam in the confluence of two streambeds, which continued southward. Only a meager amount of worn potsherds, mostly from the Byzantine period, and flint debitage that had been swept there by erosion were found. The wall exposed in the excavation belongs to the remains of the agricultural activity that took place on the Samarian lowlands.