1. A scattering of flint tool, flint cores and worn potsherds.
2. A limekiln (diam. c. 4.5 m) filled with alluvium to a depth of c. 1.2 m below the surface. The kiln is located on a steep slope on the western bank of the stream; its western side is carved in the bedrock and its other sides are supported by a broad earthen rampart (width c. 3 m).
3. A quarry; an upper hewn step is visible (0.4×2.0 m, height c. 0.3 m; Fig. 2).
4. A winepress with a shallow treading floor in the east that utilized the bedrock surface (c. 1.8×1.9 m, depth c. 0.1 m; Fig. 3) and a rectangular collecting vat in the west (0.6×0.9 m, depth c. 0.5 m). Next to the eastern side of the winepress was a tiny extracting installation composed of a shallow circular channel (diam. 0.2 m; Fig. 4) next to a cupmark of a similar diameter.
5. A winepress with a sloping treading floor in the west that utilized the bedrock surface (c. 1.6×1.8 m, max. depth c. 0.25 m) and an irregular shaped collecting vat that was damaged by weathering.
6. A rock-hewn cave with an opening facing north. A small extracting installation (diam. c. 0.2 m) is hewn above the cave.
7. A treading floor that utilized the bedrock (1.2×2.0 m);a collecting vat on its northern side is hidden beneath vegetation.
8. A small winepress with a treading floor in the south (0.55×0.60 m; Fig. 5) and a circular collecting vat in the north (diam. 0.4 m). A ruinous cave with an opening facing north is located below the winepress.
9. A section of a quarry, whose upper part is exposed (0.4×2.0 m; height c. 0.7 m).
10. A winepress (Fig. 6) composed of a treading floor, which utilized the bedrock in the east and whose boundaries are unclear, and a rectangular collecting vat in the west (0.9×1.1 m; min. depth 0.2 m).
11. A rock-hewn winepress, which consisted of a rectangular treading floor in the east (2.5×3.2 m), mostly covered with vegetation and a collecting vat in the west that was severed on its western side by a later quarry. A rectangular depression used to anchor a press screw is located in the center of the treading floor.
12. A winepress with a square treading floor that utilized the bedrock in the east and a circular collecting vat (diam. 0.55 m) in the west.
13. A lovely rock-hewn winepress with a square treading floor in the south (2.8×2.8 m, max. depth 0.3 m) and a collecting vat in the north that is buried beneath the vegetation.
14. A small round extracting installation (diam. 0.55 m; min. depth 0.1 m; Fig. 7) filled with alluvium.
15. A quarry in which a small corner is visible (c. 0.8×0.8 m).
16. Quarry. A small section in which a hewn stone that is not completely detached (0.22×0.35×0.45 m) is visible.
17. A ruinous natural cave (length of façade c. 10 m, thickness of ceiling c. 0.8 m) with an opening facings north.
18. A small section of a quarry.
19. A quarry in which one hewn step is visible (c. 1.8×3.5 m, max. height c. 0.5 m).
20. A rock-cut side with a hewn opening facing north, possibly that of a cave.
21. A burial cave with loculi, most of which are ruinous, hewn in especially soft qirton bedrock.
The results of the survey point to a region of rock-cut installations; some are for building, such as the stone quarries and limekilns, and some for agricultural activity, such as the winepresses and extracting installations. Burial caves were also documented, as well as other caves whose function is unclear.