The aqueduct (Fig. 2) was constructed above a raised kurkar mound, on the kurkar ridge. The walls of the channel (exterior height c. 1 m, width 0.65–0.80 m) were built of irregular kurkar blocks and small fieldstones bound with mortar. The channel itself (L12; upper width 0.5 m, lower width 0.25 m; depth 0.8 m) was coated with plaster and partly covered with kurkar and limestone slabs (length 0.6–0.7 m; Fig. 3). The exterior side of the aqueduct was built unevenly and covered with sand (L10, L11). The excavation did not produce any evidence for an earlier aqueduct and did not yield any pottery or other finds.


Two further sections of the aqueduct were cleared c. 30 m north of the excavation area, each 10 m long. The walls of these sections were constructed in a V-shape and the plaster covered partly their top.