A rectangular rock-hewn installation (L101; 0.5–0.6 × 1.7 m, depth 0.8 m; Fig. 3) with rounded corners was discovered on the southern bank of the stream. Its floor was uneven and bumpy. Remains of an agricultural terrace wall built of fieldstones of various sizes were noted just south of the installation.
Area B. Three caves, one of which was hewn (L200) and two others that were natural (L201, L202), were discovered on the northern bank of the stream. Cave 200 (3.0 × 6.4 m, height 2.6 m; Figs. 4–6) consisted of a square chamber (3.0 × 3.4 m) and a smaller round chamber (1.85 × 1.95 m) adjacent to its west. Two hewn openings led into the cave: a side opening (L212; width 0.9 m, height 1.2 m; Fig. 7) led into the square chamber, and an opening on the top (L213; 0.85 × 0.95 m, height 0.9 m) led into the round chamber. The upper part of Opening 212 was arched, and a narrow open area was hewn in front of it. It seems that the open space was small because it was hewn on a steep slope. Two steps built of large stones (L211) led from the opening into the square chamber. The bottom step (0.35 × 1.55 m, height 0.6 m) was built of two stones set on the bedrock, whereas the top step consisted of a single stone (0.30 × 0.85 m, height 0.6 m). Quarrying remains were found in both chambers: a quarry (L214; 1.65 × 1.65 m) with five unfinished stones on the floor of the square chamber along with curved chisel marks on the chamber’s eastern wall; and an L-shaped quarry (L209; Fig. 7) on the floor of the round chamber. The soil that had accumulated in the cave yielded several non-diagnostic pottery fragments. An agricultural terrace wall (W203) that was built in an east–west direction was exposed on the surface above the cave. It seems that the cave was hewn in two phases: the opening on top and the round chamber belong to one phase, while the side opening and the square chamber belong to another phase.
Cave 201 (3.5 × 4.5 m, height 3 m; Figs. 8, 9) was a natural cave with an arched opening (length 3 m). A trial trench (L207) was excavated inside it. A wall (W205; length 0.8 m, width 0.5 m, height 0.35 m) discovered on the eastern side of the opening was probably built in order to block the entrance of the cave when preparing it for use as a dwelling, a shelter or a storeroom. A second wall (W206; length 2.5 m, width 0.2 m, height 0.3 m) that extended inside the cave was found on the western side of the opening, possibly an inner partition. Several non-diagnostic body fragments of pottery vessels were discovered in the trial trench.
Cave 202 (length 8 m; Figs. 10, 11) was a natural rock shelter. Indications of stone quarrying (L210; 0.5 × 0.7 m) were found adjacent to the western side of the cave.