Except for a small number of flint tools found on the surface, the excavation yielded no early finds; the only diagnostic pottery seems to be from the time of the British Mandate, and the few shells are remnants of Hiram Campaign for the conquest of the Galilee in 1948. Thus, it is seems that the surface was cleared sometime before 1948, when all archeological remains—if present at all—were removed. The flint items and the fragmentary pottery sherds, as well as the lack of architectural remains, all suggest that the area was used for agricultural purposes over the ages.