Area A1. Two zones of rock-cuttings (Loci 102, 104; c. 20 × 20 m; Figs. 1–3) were exposed on a bedrock surface. They included quarrying steps of rectangular bedrock blocks (max. dimension 0.4 × 0.6 m; Fig. 4), severance channels (width c. 0.1 m) and other rock-cutting marks. A cave opening (L101; 1.30 × 1.65 m) was located on the eastern part of the bedrock surface. The non-excavated cave was filled with alluvium to c. 1 m high below its ceiling and it appears to have been used as a dwelling up until c. 50 years ago.
Area A2. A cave (L106) that had a rectangular opening (0.4 × 0.6 m) was discovered c. 50 m northeast of Area A1. A hewn courtyard (4 × 8 m, depth c. 2.5 m; Fig. 5) fronted the cave, in whose chamber (c. 4 × 6 m, height 1.5 m; Fig. 6) were a burial kokh and other openings. The cave was not excavated, yet similar burial caves were common to the Late Roman period.
Rock-cut steps and in situ stone blocks (c. 0.4 × 0.6 m; Fig. 7) in the front of the cave point to its likely usage as a quarry at a later period.
Area B. A bedrock surface (7 × 8 m) was excavated c. 150 m west of Area A1. Signs of quarrying were visible on the surface and at its bottom was a natural cave, whose opening (1.1 × 1.7 m) led to an inner cavern (3.0 × 4.5 m).