Two sites were excavated:
1. A small tumulus (diam. 5 m), probably a stone clearance heap. No archaeological finds were discovered in it.
2. Remains of a dolmen (Fig. 2). An area measuring c. 5 × 7 m was excavated, and the small and medium-sized stones that were piled up while digging a trench for a pipeline were removed. Two large covering stones placed on top of smaller stones were discovered. A circle of stones (W101) delimiting an area without stones (L100; Fig. 3) was found to the east of the large covering stones. These were probably the remains of the dolmen’s burial cell. The cell remains were excavated down to a layer of small stones (depth c. 0.6 m) below the covering stone. It was filled with a layer of dark brown soil devoid of pottery sherds or flint, thus making it difficult to date the dolmen. The opening to the dolmen was not found, but judging by the placement of the covering slabs and the outline of W101, it seems that its entrance was aligned along an east–west axis.