A foundation built of medium and small stone slabs was exposed (Fig. 1). East of the foundation, in a section cut with a mechanical tool prior to the excavation, three superimposed severely damaged floors were identified: the lowest (32.53 m asl) was a floor made of leveled, compact sand above ḥamra soil; the middle floor (32.73 m asl) was an industrial mosaic floor; and on the upper floor (33.80 m asl) was made of small stones, and a clay ṭabun was sunk into it (Fig. 2). Several potsherds (not drawn) dating from the Early Islamic period were found.

The remains were found near a large winepress that had been previously excavated (Permit No. A-3359), and it is possible that they were connected to a large industrial area that operated on the site.