The dressed doorjambs are each carved out of a single block of red granite without decorations. One of the doorjamb, preserved in its entirety (Fig. 2), consists of three parts: a section incorporated in the wall (length 3.77 m, width 0.45 m, thickness 0.3 m), a main narrower recessed section (length 3.77 m, width 0.34 m, thickness 0.22 m) and a round engaged pillar, positioned alongside the opening (length 2.98 m, lower diam. 0.37 m, upper diam. 0.32 m). The two ends of the doorjamb exterior parts become flare slightly. The engaged pillar is shorter than the other two parts and it is reasonable to assume that it was placed on a base and a capital that supported an arch or the lintel in the opening was positioned above it. The second doorjamb (preserved length 2.5 m, preserved width 0.82 m; Fig. 3) is missing one of the ends, the engaged pillar and a section of the middle part. The width of its preserved parts is identical to that of the parts of the complete doorjamb and therefore, it is assumed that the two jambs had originally belonged to the same gate.