Quarry (Figs. 3, 4). A small quarry (c. 2.0×2.5 m) was exposed in the northern part of the excavation area. Three large rectangular stones that were not detached from the bedrock (L64, L65, L68; c. 0.5×1.8 m, max. height c. 0.5 m) and four separating channels (L61–L63, L66; length 2.0–2.5 m, width c. 0.15 m, depth 0.2–0.3 m) were preserved in the quarry. A level of tamped soil and small stones (L69) were exposed above the bedrock west of the quarry. Fragments of pottery vessels from the Late Hellenistic and Early Roman periods were discovered on this level, among them bowls (Fig. 5:3, 4), jugs (Fig. 5:6, 7, 10) and a lamp fragment (Fig. 5:11).


Winepress (Figs. 6, 7). A rock-hewn winepress was discovered c. 15 m south of the quarry. It consisted of a treading floor (L72; 1.5×2.4 m) and a collecting vat (L73; 0.6×2.0 m, depth 0.8 m). The treading floor sloped west toward the collecting vat and was delineated by an upright bedrock side (height 0.02–0.35 m). A shallow natural channel (length c. 0.5 m, width c. 0.15 m, depth c. 0.1 m) used to convey the must from the treading floor to the collecting vat. A sump (L74; 0.30×0.45 m, depth c. 0.2 m) was hewn in the bottom of the collecting vat, at the southern end. The fill uncovered in the collecting vat consisted of soil, stones and potsherds from the Early Roman period, including bowls (Fig. 5:1, 2) and jugs (Fig. 5:8, 9).


Field Wall. A field wall (W7, exposed length c. 25 m, width 0.6–0.9 m, max. preserved height 1.5 m) built on a bedrock outcrop was uncovered west of the quarry and the winepress. The wall was abutted by a layer of soil, which contained various potsherds, including a bowl fragment from the Byzantine period (Fig. 5:5).