The excavation uncovered a quarry (L101; max. dimensions 2 × 17 m, depth 1.3 m; Figs. 2–6) on a north–south alignment whose stones were used to build tombs such as found in the Sanhedriyya neighborhood. Other quarries, discovered in the Sanhedriyya neighborhood, suggest that the quarry was originally larger than the excavation uncovered. The excavation yielded no diagnostic pottery. Nevertheless, judging by finds from quarries and tombs previously excavated in the vicinity (Kloner 2002: Sites 142–146, 218–231; Bar-Nathan 2008; Finkielsztejn 2009; Sulimani 2016), they can be attributed to the Late Roman and Byzantine periods.