Buildings. The remains of two buildings were discovered at Site 185. A rectangular structure (5 × 7 m) whose walls were preserved two–three courses high was in the south and a round building (diam. c. 3 m) whose walls were preserved three–four courses high was in the north. Building 190 was circular (diam. 10 m) and built of medium-sized fieldstones; it was located above and adjacent to the remains of a structure that collapsed and was built of well-dressed stones. Building 217 was rectangular (4 × 5 m; Fig. 2) and its walls, built of fieldstones and roughly dressed stones, were preserved two courses high; the interior of the building was found filled with small fieldstones. The walls of Building 222 (2.5 × 3.0 m), preserved c. 1 m high, were built of small and medium fieldstones.
Animal Enclosure. The walls of Enclosure 211 (7 × 10 m) were built of a single row of fieldstones, founded on bedrock and preserved two courses high.
Ancient Road, oriented northwest-southeast (219; exposed length 100 m, width 4 m), was identified. The road rested on retaining walls, sections of which were preserved four courses high (Fig. 3).
Winepresses. Winepress 163 had a treading floor (2 × 3 m) and a collecting vat, separated by a hewn wall (thickness 0.25 m); the installation was found filled with stones and soil. A cupmark (diam. 0.22 m) was hewn in the northeastern corner of the treading floor. Winepress 181 had a shallow square treading floor (1.1 × 1.1 m) with a rock-hewn channel in its southern side that led to a collecting vat (diam. 0.8 m; Fig. 4). Site 186 had two winepresses, one in the north and another in the south. The southern winepress consisted of an elliptical treading floor (0.7 × 1.0 m) that was connected to a collecting vat (diam. 0.5 m) by way of a hewn channel. The northern winepress had a rectangular treading floor (2.5 × 3.5 m) and a collecting vat that was found covered with vegetation. Five cupmarks (diam. 0.15–0.40 m) hewn on a bedrock surface (30 × 50 m) were found at Site 206. At the eastern end of the surface was a rock-hewn winepress that consisted of a square treading floor with round corners (2 × 2 m), which was connected via a hewn channel to a collecting vat covered with vegetation. Winepress 208 had a very shallow treading floor (2.8 × 3.0 m) with round corners and two hewn channels that led to a small irregular shaped collecting vat (0.4 × 0.7 m); various size cupmarks were hewn around the winepress. Winepress 214 had a rectangular treading floor (2 × 3 m) sloping to the south and two hewn niches in its northern side; the collecting vat, hewn in the southeastern corner of the treading floor, was found covered with earth and vegetation. Winepress 218 had a rectangular treading floor (3 × 4 m) and its collecting vat was not identified due to the dense covering of vegetation.
Cupmarks. Numerous rock-hewn cupmarks that can be divided into four groups were found: conical (diam. 0.20–0.45 m; Sites 151, 153, 155, 158, 162, 172, 174, 175, 177, 178, 183, 187, 193, 194, 196, 202, 203, 210, 215, 220); straight sided (diam. 0.45–0.70 m; Sites 154, 156, 170, 176, 179, 195, 204); basins (diam. in excess of 0.7 m, depth up to 0.2 m; Sites 171, 180, 197, 199–201; Fig. 5); and elliptical (Sites 207, 209, 216, 221; Fig. 6).
Rock-hewn Installations. The remains of a hewn, circular surface on a leveled rock block were located at Site 164; the surface was linked by a channel to a partly destroyed rock-cut basin. Installation 167 consisted of a round hewn surface covered with vegetation, alongside of which was the top of a wall built of roughly hewn stones (length 5 m). Installation 173 was rectangular (1.0 × 1.2 m; depth 0.1 m). A number of installations were hewn on a leveled bedrock surface (20 × 30 m) in Site 191. A winepress at the southern side of the site had a shallow round treading floor (diam. 1.5 m); a hewn channel on the southwestern side of the treading floor led to a collecting vat (diam. 0.5 m) that was hewn inside a shallow rectangular vat (1 × 2 m). Various size cupmarks and basins were hewn around the winepress. A circular depression was cut in the center of the site and a cave dwelling with a wide opening (width 4 m) is at its eastern end.
Bodedot. Hewn in a rock block (2 × 3 m), Bodeda 159 was composed of an elliptical crushing surface (0.3 × 0.5 m) surrounded by a hewn channel that led to a collecting cupmark (diam. 0.15 m, depth 0.18 m). Bodeda 168, hewn in a leveled bedrock surface, consisted of a shallow crushing surface (diam. 1 m) surrounded by a hewn channel that led to an elliptical cupmark (0.18 × 0.30 m); a rock-cut hole encircled by three shallow channels was in the center of the crushing surface. Bodeda 192 had an elliptical crushing surface (1.0 × 1.5 m) that was hewn in a leveled bedrock surface; a collecting vat (diam. 0.45 m) hewn in a section of a rock block was located c. 1.5 m from the crushing surface.
Built Installation. Installation 213 was a surface consisting of flat stones (2.0 × 3.2 m) next to a terrace wall that was aligned east–west. The wall, preserved two–three courses high, was built of large fieldstones that were partly standing.
Cistern. The partially damaged Cistern 182 that was filled with earth and stones had an irregular shaped opening (depth c. 1 m).
Stone Clearance Heaps. Most of the stone clearance heaps were built of small and medium fieldstones and contained numerous flint artifacts. There were small heaps (c. 3 × 5 m; Sites 155A, 166, 198, 223) and large ones (c. 10 × 15 m; Sites 160, 161, 184). Clearance Heaps 160 and 184 were surrounded by retaining walls. The area around Clearance Heap 160 (diam. c. 50 m) was covered with a very dense scattering of flint flakes and debitage. Eight stone clearance heaps were located at Site 212.
Terrace Walls. The walls, founded on bedrock, were preserved two–four courses high. Most walls (150, 157, 169) were built of two rows of fieldstones with a core of small stones and one wall (165) was built of a single row of fieldstones.
Burial Caves. The courtyard of Cave 188 had a hewn rear side and a built front side. The entrance to the cave was destroyed but remains of a rock-cut frame around it were visible. The entrance led to an antechamber (3 × 3 m) that had openings in its northern, western and southern sides, which led to additional chambers. The cave had been plundered in the past. The bedrock above the cave had hewn installations, including cupmarks, basins and quarries. Some 10 m to the west, Cave 189, whose entrance was not apparent and its ceiling had collapsed, had a large interior.
Miscellanea. A concentration of flint flakes (c. 30 × 50 m) was discovered in Site 152, which was surrounded by high bedrock surfaces. A hollow, partially hidden by vegetation and heaps of soil that probably derived from illicit digging, was found below an un-worked bedrock cliff at Site 205.