The shaft (1.07 × 1.10 m, depth 2.3 m) had a square upper part and a round lower part. At the bottom of the shaft was an opening to a burial cave and next to it—a cylindrical stone that had been moved aside. The excavation was suspended before the burial cave could be properly documented. The few ceramic body fragments that were recovered from the fill in the shaft were insufficient to date the cave. However, based on a similar cave shaft located nearby that was ascribed to the Intermediate Bronze Age by its excavator, this cave should probably be dated to the same period.