Plan of the cult enclosure. A simple structure on the top of a high ridge, this open air religious site is basically a wall of unworked stones defining an elliptical area about 70 feet across. In its southeastern quarter, a partially worked stone four feet long and three feet high stands in front of a special stone pavement covering the bedrock. This standing stone was very likely a massebah or altar. A pottery fragment that may have been part of an incense burner and bones found among the pavement stones also attest to the ritual function of this enclosure.