An excavation of a half square on the western fringes of Giv‘at ‘Ada (Permit No. A-3803*; map ref. NIG 200225–310/713525–80; OIG 150225–310/213525–80) revealed a collapsed wall, oriented north–south, which was built of various-sized fieldstones without bonding material and stood four courses high. A few body sherds and handles of jars and bowls, dating to the Roman period (third century CE), were found.