1. A long field wall.
2. Stone heap (diam. 2.5 m).
3. Small stone heap.
4. A field wall built in a naturally high area.
5. Stone heap (diam. c. 3 m).
6. Concentration of twelve stone heaps of different sizes, probably piles of stone clearance.
7. Concentration of seven stone heaps, probably piles of stone clearance.
8. A circular field wall (diam. c. 4 m).
9. A large stone circle (diam. c. 40 m) that may delineate an animal pen. Several small stone heaps were documented inside the circle.
10. A dolmen enclosed within a circle of stones (Fig. 2). A tree is growing in the middle of an open, plundered burial cell; the cover stones are lying alongside the cell.
11. A built stone circle (diam. c. 5 m), probably a robbed and ruinous dolmen.
12. A ruinous dolmen enclosed within a stone circle (diam. c. 3 m; Fig. 3).
13. A field wall delineating an animal pen (diam. c. 15 m).
14. A field wall delineating an animal pen (diam. c. 25 m).
15. Two dolmens enclosed within stone circles, which were partially preserved (Fig. 4). The burial cell of one of the dolmens was robbed and the cell of the other was filled with soil and open, without any cover stones (2.0 × 2.8 m).
16. A field wall that delineates an animal pen, within which several small stone clearance heaps were documented.
17. A low stone heap that may be a robbed and ruinous dolmen.
18. Stone heap (diam. c. 4 m).