During the course of the survey flint implements (cores, tools and industrial debitage) that are typical of Epipaleolithic sites were found (Fig. 2). The densest concentrations (dozens of items per square meter) were identified close to the hilltop and became sparser the farther one descended from the hilltop; only isolated items were found in the more distant areas. Most of the flint items were located on the hill’s southwestern and southeastern slopes (see map). The thick vegetation at the foot of the hill and a row of cypress trees, a debris heap and agricultural installations to the north and east of the hill prevented the completion of the survey.