The excavation square yielded a collapse of limestones building blocks (L102; Fig. 2) that lay on natural loess soil; some of the stones were partially worked, but the collapse was devoid of artifacts, as was the rest of the square. An area abutting the excavation square where numerous stones could be seen on the surface (L104)—apparently the remains of a wall—was cleared.
The remains of an east–west wall (W101; length c. 12 m; Fig. 3) could be discerned c. 5 m north of the excavation square. Down the slope to its north were a few body fragments of Black Gaza Ware vessels from the Ottoman period. Another wall was identified on the edge of the hill, c. 8 m southwest of the excavation square. Remains of a quadrangular structure were observed on the surface farther along the spur to the northeast, c. 50 m from the excavation square. Near it were numerous sherds, probably from the Byzantine period. These scant building remains seem to belong to a settlement dating from the Byzantine period.