Site 1 is located on a hilltop in the northeast of the area. A concentration of stones was found on the slopes and potsherds from the Roman and Byzantine periods were discovered in the trial trenches.
Site 2 is located within an orchard in the west of the area. Potsherds dating to the Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine periods were collected. An archaeological stratum that yielded potsherds was exposed in trial trenches dug in the north of the site.
Sites 3 and 4 are stone heaps on the crest line (see Map of Dalia [31], Site 54). Non-diagnostic potsherds were found in a trial trench dug close to them.
Sites 5–9 are part of an agricultural complex that is spread across an extensive area. Building lines, which are probably terraces, were documented on both sides of a valley that descends from north to south. It was determined in nearby dug trial trenches that the terraces were lines of stone clearance on small mounds of earth. Several potsherds recovered from the trenches and found on the surface indicate that the complex is either contemporaneous with the Roman period or postdates it.
According to the survey finds it seems that most of the remains should be dated to the Roman and Byzantine periods.