Potsherds that were collected from the surface level and the fill are not related to the tombs; most of them date to the Persian and Hellenistic periods while a few are from the Roman and Crusader periods. Four bronze coins were also found: one Hellenistic (third–second centuries BCE; IAA 119529), two Seleucid (Antiochus III, 200–187 BCE, IAA 106194; Antiochus IV, ‘Akko, 175–164 BCE; IAA 106193) and a small cast coin most likely from the Late Roman period (end of the fourth century–beginning of the fifth century CE, IAA 119530).
Pit graves and built tombs made of fieldstones or dressed stones were found on nearby Ben-Ami Street and in the underground railroad passage, located c. 15 m north of the current excavation (Permit Nos. A-4063, A-4410). These tombs were similar to those exposed in the current excavation and it seems that all of these tombs belonged to a Roman period cemetery.