Remains of a wall (W200; length 2 m, width 0.5 m, height 0.2 m; Fig. 2), oriented southeast northwest, were exposed in Square A1. The wall, preserved a single course high and set on a foundation of mortar mixed with small stones, was built of fieldstones bonded with gray soil and small stones. A Muslim tomb built of different size fieldstones was exposed next to the northwestern end of W200 (Fig. 3). The tomb postdated the wall and the excavation in the square was suspended.
The pottery finds recovered from the fill between the stones of the wall included bowls from the Ottoman period (Fig. 4).
The excavation in Squares A2 and A3 was suspended in the wake of discovering tombs (Fig. 5).