Two squares (F1, F4; Figs. 2, 3) were opened, exposing two sections of a farming terrace retaining wall (W12; Figs. 3, 4), aligned east–west. The terrace was dated to the Hellenistic period based on the potsherds (not drawn). A rectangular rock-cutting (F3; Figs. 2, 5, 6) and an elliptical bodeda (F2; Figs. 2, 5, 6), probably used for pressing olives in the field, were excavated west of the farming terrace. Neither the rock-cutting nor the bodeda could be dated. A burial cave including an entrance and a courtyard (F5; Figs. 2, 8–10) was documented in the western part of the site. The cave was not excavated, but loculi were discerned inside it. West of the excavation area was a winepress, which was outside the region slated for development.
The agricultural installations and the winepress indicate the area was used for farming in the Hellenistic period.