Nine of the graves (102A, 102B, 103, 104, 106–110) were generally aligned north–south and two others (101, 105) were oriented east–west. The graves were lined and covered with dressed limestone slabs. One grave was short (102B—0.33 × 0.50 m, depth 0.2 m), four were of average length (102A, 106–108—0.48–0.54 × 1.07–1.33 m, depth 0.37–0.41 m; Fig. 2), four were long (103, 104, 109, 110—0.48–0.70 × 1.60–1.83 m, depth 0.58 m; Figs. 3, 4) and two graves were not preserved to their full length (101—0.37 × 0.95 m, depth 0.33 m; 105—0.62 × 0.95 m). Each of the graves contained a single individual in a supine position; in the north–south graves the head of the deceased was to the north and in the other graves, it was to the west. Altogether, 11 individuals were identified in the graves, including infants, children and adults of both sexes that attest to a civilian population.


Near the skull in Grave 102A were two copper earrings, parts of a glass-bead chain, copper wire and various colored-glass beads (Fig. 5). Grave 104 contained organic matter that has not yet been analyzed and several iron nails. One plate of copper cymbals was recovered from the destroyed grave (111; Fig. 6).