Part of a cave and a small quarry to its southwest were exposed (Fig. 1). An elliptical shaft (L102; 0.9 × 1.3 m) led to a burial chamber that was partially excavated (L101; 2.6 × 2.9 m; height 0.9 m). Part of its ceiling was preserved. The cave contained dark soil and fragments of pottery vessels that dated to the Intermediate Bronze Age.

Southwest of the cave was a quarry (L100; 0.5 × 1.7 m) in which the negatives of ashlar stones and their severance channels were discerned. Potsherds from the Roman period were found above the quarry.