During August–September 2007, a survey prior to development was conducted west of Qibbuz ‘En Ziwan (Permit No. A-5209; map ref. NIG 27295–332/77817–70; OIG 22295–332/27817–70), prior to the allocation of land for an orchard. The survey, undertaken on behalf of the Israel Antiquities Authority and underwritten by Moshav Keshet, was directed by O. Zingboym and A. Shapiro.
1. Stone heap.
2. Farming terrace.
3. Remains of a modern rectangular building (52 sq m), whose opening faces east.
4. Remains of an ancient rectangular building (28 sq m), beneath Building 3.
5. A defensive peripheral trench and military outposts; this system seems to be several hundred years old.
6. Stone heap, possibly a ruinous dolmen.
7. A dolmen enclosed within a peripheral wall, built of a single course of stones.
9. Built wall, possibly ancient.
10. Dolmen (?).
11. Farming terrace.
12. Stone heap (diam. c. 2.5 m).
13. Tops of walls (?).
14. Fence delimiting a new orchard.
15. Farming terrace wall that is built of large stones, possibly ancient.
16. Large stone heap inside an orchard.
17. Small stone heap.
18. Large stone heap inside an orchard.
19. Five elongated stone heaps (length c. 4 m).
20. Pit, possibly ancient.