A multiple burial on the eastern side of the hill contained pottery from the end of LB II, i.e., just before the beginning of the Iron Age. However, the burial alone need not indicate occupation of the site at that time since burials often occurred away from settlements during the Late Bronze Age. The only other pottery that could be classed as Late Bronze would appear to be from the MB–LB transitional period. It is therefore in harmony with our suggestion that the site was destroyed and abandoned at the very end of MB II.