Numerous stone heaps, some of which were delimited within a stone circle or a wall, were documented in the survey area. Several of the heaps are located on level ground where there are small agricultural plots, while others are on moderate slopes near a rocky area. Some of the stone heaps cover dolmens, while others are clearance heaps. Many walls, among them terrace walls, field walls and walls of circular animal pens, are evident throughout the survey area; some were documented in the survey. Most likely these walls are late, although some might be ancient.
1. Stone heap (diam. 8 m; Fig. 3), possibly covering a dolmen.
2. Stone heap (diam. 7 m), possibly covering a dolmen.
3. Dolmen, including a constructed central cell delimited by a stone circle (diam. c. 8; Fig. 4).
4. Dolmen covered with a stone heap and surrounded by a wall (diam. c. 8 m).
5. Stone heap (diam. c. 6 m), possibly covering a dolmen.
6. Dolmen (diam. 11 m; Figs. 5, 6), including a central cell and an in situ covering stone; it might have been plundered in the past.
7. Large stone heap (Fig. 7) adjoined from the north by a field wall. Stone-built architectural remains are evident nearby.
8. Large stone heap (diam. c. 9 m; Fig. 8), possibly covering a dolmen. An animal pen is situated nearby.
9–15. Approximately 15 field walls, some constructed in a north–south direction, others in an east–west direction.
16. Large stone heap, possibly stone clearance.
17. Stone heap (diam. c. 8 m), possibly stone clearance.
18. Stone clearance heap (diam. 4 m).
19. Clearance heap composed of small stones (diam. c. 5 m).
20. Clearance heap composed of small stones (diam. c. 9 m).
21. Two adjacent stone clearance heaps (diam. 5 m; diam. 7 m).
22. Stone clearance heap.
23. Circular animal pen enclosed within a fieldstone wall (Fig. 9). Large stones are scattered near the enclosure.
24. Modern animal pen (diam. c. 20 m) divided into two cells, on a small hilltop.
25. Stone heap comprised of small and large stones, possibly a dolmen.
26. Stone heap comprised of small and large stones (diam. 6 m), possibly a plundered dolmen.
27. Stone heap (diam. 6 m), possibly a dolmen.
28. Stone heap (diam. 8 m).
29. Stone heap (diam. 9 m).
30. Three adjacent stone heaps.
31. Large stone heap, possibly stone clearance.
32. Stone heap, possibly stone clearance.
33. Dolmen (diam. c. 6 m; Fig. 10), including a burial cell oriented in a north-south direction and in situ covering stones. The burial cell was apparently robbed.
34. Large stone heap, higher than its surroundings. A wall built of large stones is situated next to it (Fig. 11).
35. Stone heap (diam. 6 m).