Two hewn sides in hard limestone bedrock that formed an acute angle were exposed (Fig. 2). The western side (length c. 4 m, height 2.2 m) was partly exposed during development work prior to the excavation. The southern side (length c. 3 m, height 2.2 m) was exposed in its entirety. A square recess (length 1.5 m, height 1.5 m, depth 0.5 m; Figs. 2, 3) that had an asymmetric opening at the bottom (0.4×0.6 m) was hewn in the bedrock southern side. It was difficult to determine whether the opening is natural or if it is the beginning of a rock-hewn cavity that was not finished.
Scant finds were recovered from the excavation, mostly not in situ and probably brought over with alluvium from the south. The finds contained several potsherds dating to the first–fourth centuries CE, as well as an illegible coin that was found in the fill against the bottom of the southern side.