Quarry A (Figs. 1–3) was located on the upper part of the slope (c. 6.0–9.0 × 12.5 m, depth 1–2 m). In most of the quarry rock-cutting occurred only in the upper layer of bedrock. In its deeper parts a white sediment overlay bedrock; however, in the southwestern corner of the quarry a coin was recovered from inside this white sediment  layer. The debris from the stone dressing and the detachment channels indicate that the size of the stones removed from the quarry average 0.5 × 0.7 m.
Quarry B (Figs. 4, 5) was located on the southern part of the slope (7 × 10 m). It was a courtyard-type quarry whose quarrying steps and detachment channels were situated mostly in its northern and central part. The eastern side of the quarry was cut in a straight line. There were diagonal signs of rock-cutting on that side whose directions were different in each row of quarrying. The average size of the quarried stones was 0.6 × 1.0 m. Here also was a white sediment layer (0.1–0.3 m) at the bottom of the quarry.