Ten squares were excavated in an area of three dunams. Nine of the squares were devoid of any ancient finds. Two rows of three stones each, oriented east–west, were uncovered in one square. Parts of long bones, belonging to an adult individual, were discovered below one of the stones in the southern row. The manner of burial and its direction indicated that this was a modern Muslim tomb, which was not excavated due to opposition of the Ministry for Religious Affairs.


Near to the northern row of stones a tin pendant, similar to jewelry of modern veils, was discovered. It was probably part of a modern burial that may have belonged to the Arab village of Barqa, which was located here.