Five squares were excavated. One square was devoid of finds. Potsherds were found in two squares, which according to the geomorphologic tests were swept over from an adjacent site and in two other squares complete, poorly preserved pottery vessels from MB IIA were discovered. The petrographic analysis of the vessels indicated that they were produced at the site. Other finds in the excavation included animal bones, mostly those of sheep/goat and cattle, stone vessels, a bronze chisel and shells of Murex, Glycymerididae and Cassidae mollusks, which frequently occur along the country’s coastline.
A clay layer on top of stones contained pottery vessels, some stood on their base and others were upside down, animal bones, particularly jaws and vertebrae of sheep/goats and cattle and a bronze chisel (Fig. 2:4). Pottery vessels, stone vases and animal bones were found on top of another clay layer that was exposed below the top clay layer. The pottery vessels included open and carinated bowls (Fig. 1:1–5), kraters (Fig. 1:6–9), cooking pots (Fig. 1:10–13) and jars (Fig. 1:14–19), as well as a basin (Fig. 2:1), fragments of a basalt bowl and grindstones (Fig. 2:2, 3) and bones that consisted of vertebrae, ribs, a complete skull of sheep/goat and a horn.