The excavation area was divided into two sections, 4 m apart.

West side. A rock-hewn installation coated with grayish white plaster was exposed. The installation included a plaster floor (L14; 2.0 × 2.6 m, thickness 1–4 cm; Fig. 5) that abutted a plastered side (W1; length 2 m, height 0.24 m) in the southeast and a bedrock terrace in the northeast, whose bottom part was hewn like a ledge and plastered (height 0.6 m; Fig. 4: Section 2-2). The northwestern side of the installation was not preserved and the southwestern side was destroyed by a tractor.

East side. Three rock-hewn steps of an ancient quarry were exposed. Detachment lines were discerned in the western step (L11; 0.7 × 1.2 m, height 0.35 m; Fig. 6), which was damaged by the tractor. Another smaller step (0.5 × 0.5 m, height 0.15 m) was located above Step 11. The eastern step (L10; 1 × 2 m, height 0.85 m) was partially damaged, probably by modern rock-cutting that left holes in the bedrock, meant for inserting explosives.

A courtyard of a burial cave (min. dimensions 1.30 × 3.45 m, height 2.1 m; Fig. 4: Section 1-1) was discovered beneath Step 10; it was damaged by a modern pipe, the quarrying and the tractor work. The northern side of the courtyard was situated beneath a bedrock protrusion (length c. 0.4 m), in which a rectangular opening (0.48–0.54 × 0.61 m), enclosed within a hewn frame (thickness c. 0.1 m; Fig. 7), was cut. The opening led to a burial chamber (min. height 0.7–1.3 m) where seven loculi of different sizes were hewn: two on the western side (1, 2; 0.6 × 1.1 m, 0.4 × 1.5 m; Fig. 8); three on the northern side, one of which was not completed (3–5; 0.2 × 0.4 m, 0.9 × 1.8 m, 0.45 × 1.80 m); and probably two on the eastern side (6, not exposed; 7, 0.44 × 1.60 m). Loculus 4 was significantly larger than the other loculi; it was probably used for burying two individuals or was a passage that led to another burial chamber. What appeared to be the upper part of an opening was identified about half way up the narrow side of Loculus 5; it probably led to a loculus or another burial chamber. The cave, which was discovered breeched and filled with silt, was not excavated.