A small quarry (4.0×4.5 m, depth c. 0.5 m) was exposed on a hilltop in a layer of soft limestone (Figs. 2–4); it was excavated in its entirety. Four rock-cut sides (max. depth c. 0.5 m) were exposed. The quarrying was done on three levels (each one c. 0.25 m deep). Three steps (up to 0.3 m deep; Fig. 2: Section 1-1) were hewn in the eastern side (depth c. 0.5 m). A quarrying channel (L5; length 0.5 m, width c. 0.15 m, depth c. 0.2 m) was exposed in the upper part of the side. A maximum of two quarrying steps (height 0.2–0.4 m, max. depth 0.2 m; Fig. 2: Section 2-2) remained in the northern and western sides. One step (depth c. 0.5 m) remained in the southern side, close to the bottom level of the quarry (L6; 2.5×4.0 m). The negatives of different size stones (L2—0.5×0.7 m; L3—0.8×1.5 m) that had been quarried and detached remained on the steps of the eastern side. The negatives of stones (L7, L8; c. 0.5×0.5 m) were discerned on the northern and southern sides.
No datable finds were discovered in the quarry.