Fill (L102, L103) consisting of small and medium-sized fieldstones was exposed in the two squares. It was delimited on the west by massive walls (W104, W106; length 3.9 m, width 0.7 m) of a building and apparently continued east beyond the excavation squares (Fig. 3). Due to the limits of the excavation, that part of the fill was not revealed.
The walls were built of one row of medium and large fieldstones. They were apparently two sections of the same wall, which were adjoined by two walls that formed two corners of a building: at the southern end of W104 (W105; length 2 m, width 0.5 m; Fig. 4) and at the northern end of W106 (W107; length 2.5 m, width 0.5 m). The walls were built of medium and large fieldstones; they were aligned east–west and continued westward beyond the excavation squares. Due to the limits of the excavation, the rest of the building was not exposed.
The ceramic finds discovered in the building included jars (Fig. 5:1, 2) from the Hellenistic period; bowls (Fig. 5:3, 4), a cooking pot (Fig. 5:5) and a jug (Fig. 5:6) from the Early Roman period, and a casserole (Fig. 5:7) and a baggy-shaped jar (Fig. 5:8) from the Late Roman period.