The eastern area yielded nine graves (T2–T9, T11) belonging to three types: stone-built cist tombs, pit graves and one jar burial. All the graves were dug into the sandy soil overlaying the kurkar rock on the lower part of the hillslope. The cist tombs were lined with rectangular kurkar stones, worked on the side facing the interior of the tomb. The graves usually contained one individual, laid supine with hands extended on its sides. Two graves had multiple burials: one with three adults, and the other with two adults and a child. In several of the graves, funerary offerings were discovered near the deceased, including pottery, metal objects and jewelry (Figs. 3, 4). All of the graves were dated according to the finds to the Iron Age I.

The western area yielded limited remains of a habitation level (L120) containing pottery sherds dated to the Abbasid period.