The measuring cup (diam. c. 10 cm, max. thickness 7 mm, height 12.5 cm) is carved out of limestone and has exterior vertical ribbing and a square handle with a round perforation (diam. 2 cm) in its center. Similar cups were found at sites with a Jewish inclination, i.e., Jerusalem, the French Hill (HA-ESI 119) and Tiberias, Galei Kinneret (HA-ESI 120). The cup resembles the stone vessels that were manufactured in the Jerusalem region (Y. Magen, 2002, The Stone Vessel Industry in the Second Temple Period. Jerusalem). It is a product of the Jewish stone-vessel industry during the Second Temple period and thereby corroborates the theory regarding the Jewish association of the cemetery and the adjacent settlement at Ras Abu Dahud.