Two half excavation squares (1, 2) were opened c. 10 m apart. The eastern half of a tomb was discovered in Square 1 below an accumulation of soil (thickness c. 1 m). The tomb had a rectangular outline and was carelessly built of fieldstones that overlaid the remains of bones. The tomb was probably dug into a layer that contained pottery fragments dating to the Byzantine period. The construction style and its east–west orientation suggest that this was a later grave, possibly from the Ottoman period.


A thick layer (1.8 m) of pottery fragments dating to the Byzantine period was discovered in Square 2, c. 0.8 m below surface. The potsherds were worn, possibly due to flowing water.