1 (Map ref. 198730/579340). A rectangular structure (length 10 m, width 4 m; Fig. 2) built of stone slabs and large fieldstones. The entrance is located in the middle of the long wall. Body fragments of Gaza Ware and potsherds from the Byzantine period were found around the building.
4 (Map ref. 198781/579348). A cave dwelling with an opening built of two rows of fieldstones (length c. 3 m). Two rooms were hewn unevenly inside the cave.
5 (Map ref. 198789/579369). An elliptical structure (diam. c. 10 m) built of stone slabs and fieldstones.
6 (Map ref. 198771/579358). A farming terrace built of two rows of large stones.
7 (Map ref. 198762/579346). A farming terrace preserved a single course high.
10 (Map ref. 198730/579303). A natural cave. The burnt marks on its ceiling indicate that it may have been used as a dwelling. The entrance is enclosed within an animal pen (diam. 20 m; Fig. 3) built of large stones. Several fragments of black Gaza Ware were found.
11 (Map ref. 198699/579303). An animal pen (diam. 13 m) built of a singlr course of large fieldstones.
12 (Map ref. 198642/579302). A square tower (4×4 m; Fig. 4) built of partially dressed fieldstones.
14 (Map ref. 201802/580850). A cistern located inside a tributary of Nahal Bikhra, close to the northern bank. The opening faces the direction of the flow of the water in the tributary and is hewn in soft chalk. The capstone is built of modern concrete and remains of an iron frame for a cover are on top of it (Fig. 5).
15 (Map ref. 201676/580608). A cistern hewn in a bedrock surface inside the stream. The capstone is round (diam. 0.6 m) and a semi-circular wall of modern mortar is built on its southern surface. The function of the wall is to collect the run-off that flows on the slope, descending toward the south.
16 (Map ref. 201192/580051). A stone clearance heap (diam. 2 m).
17 (Map ref. 201167/580424). Wall remains on the northern bank of the stream.
18 (Map ref. 201377/580709). A stone clearance heap (diam. 2.5 m).
19 (Map ref. 201551/580732). A curved enclosure wall (diam. 25 m; Fig. 6) built of two rows of large fieldstones is on a bedrock outcrop descending north, at the highest point in the survey area. A courtyard surrounded by a wall of large stones adjoins the northern side of the enclosure wall.
20 (Map ref. 201038/580430). A farming terrace built of medium and large stones and preserved two courses high.
21 (Map ref. 200995/580384). A cistern hewn in qirton is located inside the Nahal Bikhra channel. The cistern’s ceiling is built of modern concrete and its upper part is built of stone. The capstone is square (0.5×0.5 m).
22 (Map ref. 200577/580242). A cistern dug in loess and lined with stones and concrete. The capstone is square (0.5×0.5 m) and built of modern concrete.
23 (Map ref. 200560/580421). A farming terrace (length 8 m) built of small fieldstones on a steep slope and preserved a single course high.
24 (Map ref. 200805/580633). Two stone heaps (length 1.5 m, width 0.6 m) and several other piles of stones were found on a high ridge; at least one of the stone heaps is a grave that faces southeast.
25 (Map ref. 199694/579767). A clearance heap (diam. 1. 5 m) consisting of small fieldstones.
26 (Map ref. 199741/579898). A rock-hewn cistern that has been renovated with modern concrete; the capstone is square (0.5×0.5 m).
27 (Map ref. 199617/580031). A rock-hewn cistern, whose square opening (0.6×0.6 m) is built of concrete.
28 (Map ref. 199585/580095). A rock-hewn cistern with a square opening (0.5×0.5 m) that was renovated with concrete.
29 (Map ref. 199414/579723). A stone heap (length 1.5 m, width 0.6 m) aligned south-southeast, probably a grave.
30 (Map ref. 192020/579307). A rock-hewn cistern on a qirton terrace inside the channel of the stream. Remains of a built wall are near the capstone.
Most of the remains are cave dwellings, animal pens and cisterns, finds that are characteristic of nomadic activity in the region.