One square (3×3 m; Figs. 1, 2) was opened in the middle of the area slated for construction. A number of stones, possibly remains of a wall aligned east–west, were discovered c. 2 m below the surface.
Fragments of pottery vessels ascribed to the Early Islamic period (eighth–eleventh centuries CE) and raw blue colored glass, which might be indicative of a glass workshop in the region, were found.