A quarry was revealed on the northern fringes of the spur and the remains of a complex winepress were exposed along the spur’s eastern fringes. The winepress, mostly destroyed by mechanical equipment, had survived by a work surface paved with white tesserae that surrounded it and a bedrock-hewn collecting vat (3.2 × 3.6 m, depth 2.3 m). Ten steps paved with white mosaic led down to the bottom of the collecting vat in whose southwestern corner was a hewn settling pit.