Wall 101 (Figs. 3, 4). The top of a wall (length c. 25 m), aligned in a northwest–southeast direction, was discerned on the surface of a moderate hillside that descends toward the northeast. A probe excavated in the northwestern part of the wall revealed that it was constructed of a row of large fieldstones with small and medium-sized stones in between, and was preserved to a height of three courses. A prominent bedrock outcrop (height c. 0.2 m) was located c. 2 m south of the wall. On the bedrock between the two was a tamped layer of earth, at the bottom of which were small stones (L143; thickness 0.2–0.3 m); a small amount of pottery dating to the Byzantine period was discovered in this layer. Collapsed fieldstones and a layer of soil (L141) on the bedrock below were found north of the wall. It seems that W101 served as a retaining wall of a road that connected cultivation plots.
Winepress F15 (Figs. 5, 6). A rock-hewn winepress, of uncertain plan, was exposed near the bottom of the slope. Two phases were identified in the winepress. In the first phase, the installation consisted of a square collecting vat (L153; c. 3 × 3 m, depth c. 1 m), a dressed bedrock surface that served as a treading floor (L151) that was connected to Vat 153 by two channels (L152, L154; width c. 0.2 m, depth c. 0.15 m) and an irregularly shaped vat (L157; Fig. 7) that was partly natural and partly rock-cut, which was linked to Vat 153 by a shallow channel (L155). A shallow, round depression (L156; diam. 0.3 m, depth 0.25 m) was revealed west of Vat 153. In its second phase, the winepress may have included two treading floors and a single collecting vat. Collecting vat 153 was enlarged and converted into a treading floor; Collecting Vat 157 continued to be in use alongside it. A cupmark (L158) was discovered c. 20 m northeast of the winepress. 
Winepress F16 (Figs. 8, 9) consisted of a treading floor (L161) that was partly hewn and partly natural and a collecting vat (L164; Figs. 10, 11). A sump (L165) was hewn in the floor of the collecting vat. Two channels (L162, L167) with sumps (L163, L164) connected the treading floor to the collecting vat.