The top of W106 (width c. 0.8 m; Fig. 5), running in a northwest–southeast direction, was exposed near the surface along the balk of the northwest square. The wall had been severed by a trial trench, but it apparently extended beyond the square in both directions. The wall was built of two or three rows of randomly arranged fieldstone; two of its courses were preserved (height c. 0.6 m). A modern concrete wall (thickness c. 0.1 m) containing iron supports was found leaning against the northern face of the wall, suggesting that the stone wall may also be modern; nevertheless, the possibility that the modern concrete wall was built over the foundations of an ancient wall cannot be ruled out.
Wall 108 (exposed length c. 1.7 m, width c. 0.5 m), running in northeast–southwest direction, was exposed c. 0.3 m below the surface in the northwest square. The wall was apparently constructed of two rows of hewn stones. The top of another wall (Fig. 6), probably the continuation of W108, was discerned c. 4 m south of the square. It was built of four rows of fieldstones (width c. 1.2 m) set at least two courses high. The light-colored sandy soil deposited near and on top of the walls was different from the surrounding brown hamra soil. The meager pottery finds from the area were mostly wornand could not help in dating the architectural remains.
A trial trench opened in the center of the southeast square (1.5 × 5.0 m; Fig. 7) was excavated down to the bedrock, which lay 1 m below the surface at the south end of the trench (L113) and c. 0.6 m below the surface at its north end (L112). The two sides of the trench were separated by a rock step; medium-sized fieldstones seem to have been incorporated below the step, forming what may be a terrace wall (W111) founded on bedrock. It is unclear whether this was a wall, since no additional walls were found abutting it, and the pottery finds beside it were meager and mostly undiagnostic.
The walls in the northwest square are probably modern. The southeast square did not yield any clear archaeological remains, possibly with the exception of a terrace wall.