Tomb 1 was built of two courses of stones (0.28 × 0.50 × 0.55 m); the flaws in a few of them were covered with plaster. The excavation (depth 1 m; Fig. 2) was suspended upon the discovery of human bones.
The ceramic finds from the fill of the tomb and the plaster on the stones included jars that dated to the Roman period (Fig. 3).
Tomb 2, located c. 1.5 m east of Tomb 1, was partially excavated (depth 0.5 m). The size of the stones used in the construction of the tomb was not ascertained (Fig. 4).
The tombs were dated to the Roman period based on the ceramic finds; they are probably part of a cemetery from this period which was unknown to date.