Building Remains (13, 18). Massive building remains were noted at Site 13, including walls built of dressed stones, a rectangular hewn installation (0.7 × 1.8 m) that was plastered and connected to a plastered channel (length 0.65 m, width 0.12–0.18 m), an ancient quarry and a cistern/cave. The site, partly excavated in the past (Permit No. 7), is delimited by a field wall built of dressed stones that were probably removed from ancient construction, including a large threshold stone (Fig. 2). The top of a wall (length 3 m), built of dressed stones, was discovered in a flat area, retained by fieldstone walls. Numerous fragments of pottery vessels from the Early Roman period were discerned on the surface around the wall.
Terrace Walls (1, 2, 4, 12). Terrace Wall 1 (max. width 2.5 m), aligned northeast-southwest and preserved three courses high, is built of two rows of ancient stones and fieldstones, with a core of small stones. Potsherds from a variety of periods were scattered next to it. Terrace Wall 2 is curved and built of two rows of fieldstones and carelessly dressed stones, with a core of small stones. Terrace Wall 4, oriented northeast-southwest and founded on bedrock, is built of two rows of roughly hewn stones, with a core of small stones; it is preserved to a maximum of 1 m high. Terrace Wall 12, aligned east–west, is built of two rows of large upright fieldstones, with a core of small stones.
Burial Caves (15, 16). Cave 15 has a rock-hewn facade (length 5 m, min. height 1 m), in which the beginning of an arched opening is discerned, and a hewn courtyard that were covered with soil and vegetation. A rock-cutting (16; length c. 4.5 m), along the same terrace and c. 5 m to the north, may have been another cave.
Stone Clearance Heap (8; 6 × 10 m). The heap consists mostly of carelessly hewn building stones, which may have originated from the destruction of a building.
Winepresses (9, 10). Winepress 9 has a treading floor (1.8 × 2.5 m), sloping to the west, whose sides were hewn (max. depth 0.4 m); the collecting vat may have been hewn on that side. The winepress at Site 10 has a treading floor (4 × 5 m; Fig. 3) that slopes to the north. Its sides were hewn (depth 0.05–0.60 m) and it has a deep crack in its center. A settling pit (0.75 × 1.00 m) and a collecting vat (1.3 × 2.0 m) of unknown depth are located alongside rock-cut installations (below).
Rock-cut Installations (5, 10, 20). Installation 5 has an irregular shape; it is hewn in a bedrock outcrop (1.0 × 1.5 m) that may also have a hewn basin in its southwestern side. A rectangular installation and a basin were discovered at Site 10. The southern side of the rectangular installation (0.6 × 0.9 m) is hewn (depth 0.2 m), whereas its other sides are slightly lower; a cupmark (diam. 0.15 m) for the drained liquid was in its northeastern corner. A round bedrock outcrop, c. 3 m southeast of the installation, has a leveled surface in which a basin (diam. 0.5 m) that became wider toward the bottom was hewn. Installation 20 was found covered with vegetation and soil and only one of its corners is visible.
Cupmarks (3, 17, 19). Some of the cupmarks were discovered filled with soil and water, so their depth could not be measured. A boulder outcrop (1 × 3 m) at Site 3 has a cupmark (diam. 0.2 m) and c. 3 m to the northwest is another bedrock outcrop (0.5 × 1.0 m) with a hewn cupmark (diam. 0.18 m, depth 0.1 m). Cupmark 17 (diam. 0.35 m) was hewn in a leveled bedrock outcrop (5 × 7 m). Site 19 is an elongated rock surface (2.5 × 10.0 m), oriented east–west, in which three cupmarks and a basin were hewn. The westernmost cupmark (diam. 0.5 m) is conical, and a small cupmark (diam. 0.12 m, depth 0.18 m) is located c. 1 m to the north. A square basin (0.5 × 0.5 m, depth 0.2 m) was hewn on the western side of the outcrop, with a channel (length 0.18 m, width 5 cm) in its southern corner; a cupmark (diam. 0.25 m) was hewn c. 2 m east to its east.
Cistern (7) was discovered filled with soil and covered with vegetation. It has a rectangular opening (1.0 × 1.8 m, min. depth 1 m) and its sides were hewn haphazardly.
Well (11; diam. 3 m, min. depth 5 m; Fig. 4) is located near a palm tree. Its sides were built of medium (0.3 × 0.4 m) and large (0.4 × 0.5 m) well-dressed stones and wall remains of a building were found around it.
Quarries (6, 14, 21). Quarry 6 is located on a bedrock outcrop (5 × 5 m) where three stones (0.6 × 1.5–1.8 m) are surrounded by severance channels (width 0.5 m, depth 0.15 m). Quarry 14 (Fig. 5) has five shallow steps (each 2 × 2 m, depth 5–10 cm) and a winepress with a small treading floor (1.0 × 1.5 m) and a collecting vat (diam. 0.7 m) is adjacent to the lowest one. Quarry 21 (3 × 3 m) has traces of severance channels, indicating that at least five stones had been detached.