A quarry for building stones (L121; 5.0 × 7.1 m; Figs. 1, 2) was exposed in a qirton outcrop. Traces of rock-cuttings and severance channels of stones were discerned throughout the quarry. A circular rock-cutting (L123; diam. c. 1 m; Fig. 3), probably used for storing rainwater, was revealed in the south of the quarry. A scant amount of ceramic artifacts, mostly worn fragments of ribbed pottery vessels, not in situ, was discovered in the excavation.