An excavation square, revealing a wall (W1) oriented north–south, was opened. It was built of kurkar stones without bonding material and was preserved a single course high. The southern end of the wall was severed by a modern pit and its northern end continued beyond the limits of the section (Fig. 1). A floor bedding (L101) of small dense kurkar stones abutted the western side of W1 northern end. Alongside Floor bedding 101 were small stones, arranged in a row on their narrow side (W2), forming an installation whose purpose is unclear. The installation and the floor were damaged by modern digging. A lead balance weight (Fig. 2:6) was discovered on the floor within the installation. Potsherds dating to the Byzantine period, including a bowl (Fig. 2:1), a baggy-shaped jar (Fig. 2:2), a Gaza jar (Fig. 2:3), a jar handle (Fig. 2:4) and an iron nail (Fig. 2:5), were discovered.