Area A. A square installation (L100; c. 2.0×2.4 m, max. depth 1.8 m; Fig. 3) with three vertical bedrock sides was exposed. The western side (width 2 m, depth 1.8 m) was the widest and most meticulously hewn of the installation’s sides and three rows of small triangular niches (0.10–0.17×0.30–0.70 m, depth 0.1 m) were carelessly cut in it. Two narrow channels emptied into a triangular depression (width 0.8 m) hewn at the top of the western side. The depression might have served as a gutter. A notch (0.30×0.40×0.55 m) was hewn below this depression at the bottom of the installation. Meager remains of two walls (W10, W11; Fig. 4) built of different size fieldstones were exposed to the west, next to the top of the installation.
Area B. A rock-hewn channel, aligned northwest-southeast (L200; length c. 4.6 m, width 0.20–0.35 m, depth 0.1–0.6 m; Fig. 5) and flanked on both sides by a rock-hewn surface (L201; c. 2.5×5.0 m), was exposed.
Area C. A rectangular rock-cutting (L300; 0.45×0.75 m, depth 0.15–0.25 m: Fig. 6) was exposed.