A single square was opened, containing a poorly preserved fieldstone wall (W103; length c. 2.6 m; Fig. 2)—probably an agricultural terrace wall—that extends beyond the boundaries of the excavation. The excavation encountered groundwater beside the wall. Several potsherds (not identified) were found; they were probably swept down from the nearby tell. Previous excavations and surveys conducted in the area revealed agricultural installations and agricultural terraces (Betzer 2008; Nagorsky 2012a; Nagorsky 2012b; Gendler 2020). The remains are probably part of the agricultural hinterland of a nearby settlement.