Two perpendicular walls (W1, W2) that formed two rooms (L103, L107) were exposed.  The walls, founded on bedrock, were built of fieldstones (0.25 × 0.40 × 0.60 m) laid in two rows and preserved two courses high. The stones on the western side of W1 were especially large. Some had a hewn groove into which a threshold was probably inserted. Next to it was a hewn depression for a door socket. No floors were found. The ground excavated near the walls was dark brown alluvium that contained small fieldstones, masonry stones and many fragments of pottery vessels. The collected potsherds, dating mainly to the Hellenistic period, were mostly body fragments of bowls, cooking pots and jars, as well as an Attic lamp, dating to the fourth century BCE. Several potsherds dated to the Roman and Byzantine periods, including a jug for heating water.