Tomb L1 (Fig. 3) was mostly destroyed and was not entirely excavated. Several broken human bones were discovered in the soil fill inside the tomb. Tomb L2 (Fig. 4) was partly destroyed and was partially excavated as well. A human tooth and several pottery sherds, including jar fragments (Fig. 5:1, 2) dating from the Hellenistic–Roman periods, were discovered in the soil fill of the tomb. Tomb L3 (Fig. 6) was preserved in its entirety, but was not excavated due to objections from the ultra-Orthodox community. Based on the pottery sherds discovered in Tomb L2 and the proximity of the tombs to burial caves and quarries dating from time of the Second Temple, it seems that the tombs should also be dated to that period.