Caves. Six caves (Sites 3–6, 10, 12) were documented. Rock-cuttings were discerned in the ceiling of Cave 3. Pink plaster was noted in the opening of Cave 4. Next to the entrance of Cave 12 were two quarrying lines. It was impossible to determine whether the rest of the caves were natural or hewn.
Rock-hewn Cistern (Site 9). The cistern’s opening was shaped as a circular shaft, on whose top a circular capstone was placed. A circular perforation in the middle of the capstone was set within a square frame. The remains of a rock-hewn trough were noted to the east of the cistern’s opening and to its northeast were the remains of a shallow, rock-hewn channel. A few potsherds dating to the Early Roman period were gathered from the surface. The remains of two farming terraces were visible in the vicinity of the cistern.
Rock-cuttings. Two round rock-hewn depressions (Site 2) that may have been burial shafts were documented, as well as three hewn cupmarks (Sites 7, 11). Two of the cupmarks were at Site 11 and two quarrying lines that formed a corner were noted nearby.
Stone Heaps. Two stone heaps were recorded (Sites 1, 8).