Stratum 3 was a layer of very light brown and compact soil, overlying bedrock. It contained many potsherds of coarse clay and bone fragments from the Chalcolithic period, as well as large fragments of clay ossuaries (Fig. 2) and many pieces of bones nearby. The bone fragments were small and could not be identified; however, it is likely they were connected to the ossuaries. The ossuary fragments suggest that the cave was used for burial in the Chalcolithic period.
Stratum 2 consisted of black soil mixed with large fieldstones and animal bones. Most of the bones were twisted and crushed beneath the large stones. No potsherds were discovered and it seems that the collapse resulted from the cave-in of the roof.
Stratum 1 was light brown soil mixed with fragments of animal bones, ceramic body fragments and a few small fieldstones. The worn potsherds were of orange, fine-grained clay and probably dated to a late period. This seems to be an alluvial layer that was deposited in later periods. A level of small stones was noted at the bottom of the stratum, but in the absence of an excavation it was not possible to evaluate its nature or date.