The quarry (c. 8×10 m), on the northern part of the hill, was completely excavated (Figs. 1, 2). Four sides (max. depth c. 2 m) that were hewn in levels (each level c. 0.25–0.35 m deep; Figs. 3–5) were exposed. Three to five steps (L11, L15; max. depth 0.4 m) were hewn on the eastern side (depth c. 1.5 m). Modern drillings (diam. 2.5 cm) for inserting explosives were discerned on the southern part of that side (L13). Modern quarrying practically destroyed the northern side (L14), the southern side (L18) where one step (depth c. 0.3 m) remained close to the bottom level of the quarry and the northern part of the western side (L21). Three steps (L20; max. depth 0.4 m) remained in the southern part of the side.
On the lowest level of the quarry, in the center (L16; c. 6×8 m; Fig. 6), was a rectangular depression (L17; 0.3×0.8×2.0 m) whose bottom had negatives of hewn and detached stones (0.4×0.6 m; Fig. 7).
Due to the use of the quarry in the modern era, no datable finds were discovered.