The area had been partially damaged by mechanical equipment in the past.
(1) Dolmen (?) in the east of the area (central map ref. NIG 25444/76250; OIG 20444/26250).
(2) Dolmen (?) southeast of the area (central map ref. NIG 254433/762493; OIG 204433/26493).
(3) An animal pen with two entrances (map ref. NIG 254387/762486; OIG 204387/262486 and NIG 254367/762488; OIG 204367/262488).
(4) A ruinous cairn (?; central map ref. NIG 25434/76252; OIG 20434/26252).
(5) A dolmen (?; map ref. NIG 254303/762578; OIG 204303/262578).
(6) Dolmen/tower west of the area (map ref. NIG 254174/762707; OIG 204174/262707).
The area, located within the precincts of the Horbat Senunit site, is overlaid with numerous ceramic artifacts and a few flint items, mostly dating to the Chalcolithic period. Some of the area is built on, but most of it is covered with an olive grove.
A built-up area within the precincts of Horbat Senunit, made level by mechanical equipment in the past and covered with soil.
A built-up area, made level by mechanical equipment in the past and covered with much refuse.
A built-up area, made level by mechanical equipment in the past.
(1) Stone circle (diam. 7 m), standing two partial courses high (central map ref. NIG 254582/762412; OIG 204582/262412).
(2) Small stone rectangle (0.8 × 1.5 m; map ref. NIG 254577/762409; OIG 204577/262409).
(3) Irregular stone circle (15.2 m north–south, 14 m east–west), standing two courses high, with a smaller circle nearby (central map ref. NIG 254571/762372; OIG 204571/262372).
(4) Stone heap (map ref. NIG 254627/762372; OIG 204627/262372).
(5) Two stone circles (diam. 8 and 12 m), standing two courses high, and a stone heap where the two circles are joined (map ref. NIG 254636/762353, OIG 204636/262353).
(6) A stone circle (diam. 10.5 m) with a stone surface in its center (diam. 2.5 m; map ref. NIG 254676/762337; OIG 204676/262337). Two low fieldstones walls abut the circle; the remains of dolmens may be at the end of the walls.
(7) A heap of stones in whose center is a stone surface (map ref. NIG 254678/762330; OIG 204678/262330).
(8) A stone circle, two courses high (diam. 7 m), which was severed by development work (central map ref. NIG 25468/76237; OIG 20468/26237).
(9) A bedrock surface and a small ruinous stone circle (map ref. NIG 254683/762386; OIG 204683/262386).
(10) A long wall, two courses high and oriented east–west (length 10 m), and a small circle (diam. 3 m); both were cut by development work (map ref. NIG 254341–666/762404–26, OIG 204341–666/262404–26).
(11) A stone circle (diam. 8.3 m; central map ref. NIG 254694/762455; OIG 204694/262455).
(12) A wall and a dolmen (?; map ref. NIG 254745–64/762368–78, OIG 204745–64/262368–78).
(13) A stone circle (diam. 4 m) and a stone surface in its center (central map ref. NIG 254747/762351, OIG 204747/262351).
(14) A large stone heap on bedrock and an adjacent stone circle (central map ref. NIG 254813/762344; OIG 204813/262344).
(15) A stone heap on bedrock (map ref. NIG 254796/762396; OIG 204796/262396).
(16) A raised stone circle, built two courses high on bedrock, similar to Circles 1 and 3 (map ref. NIG 254809/762424; OIG 204809/262424).
(17) A perforated stone that is apparently natural (map ref. NIG 254756/762429; OIG 204756/262429).
(18) A stone circle (diam. 10 m) and a smaller circle (diam. 5 m) within and adjacent to it (central map ref. NIG 254642/762469; OIG 204642/262469).
The center of Area F was damaged by mechanical equipment close to the time of the survey; therefore, it could not be surveyed. No antiquities were found on surface or in the probe trenches. The local residents mentioned that the stone circles in the area were used by the villagers in the 1950s for herding sheep and goats. In the northern part of the site several stone heaps and walls that abutted them were found, possibly dolmens. In the probe trenches no remains of covering stones or ceramics were discerned. In most of the heaps a massive fill of stones was noted on bedrock. The nature of the heaps is unclear; they are not stone clearance heaps and probably are not ancient. Several dolmens were found to the north and east, beyond the survey area.