Some people who have had access to de Vaux’s notes suspect he was well aware of the remains of the wall and had recorded its existence in his notes but did not mention it in his publications. This wharf is also apparently recorded as 350-meter, NW-SE oriented, remains of a wall in the 1967–1968 Judea-Samaria-Golan survey published in 1972. Ed. Moshe Kochavi, Judaea, Samaria and the Golan, Archaeological Survey 1967–1968 (Archaeological Survey of Israel, Jerusalem, 1972). See also Lawrence E. Stager, “Farming,” p. 157.