1 (map ref. 225882–909/767269–93; Fig. 2). A square compound (770 sq m) with remains of walls built of different size fieldstones. Walls of dressed stones that appear to have been founded in the nineteenth-twentieth centuries are found in the center of the structure. Fragments of pottery vessels dating to the Intermediate Bronze Age (?) and Rashaya el-Fukhar ware from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries CE were discerned throughout the structure.
2 (map ref. 225914–26/767459–71). A rock-hewn cistern surrounded by an enclosure (140 sq m) that is raised above its surroundings.
3 (map ref. 225828/767522). A rock-hewn cistern.
4 (map ref. 225781/767727). A rock-hewn cistern.
5 (map ref. 225782–816/767733–60; Fig. 3). A vaulted structure surrounded by a stone wall (812 sq m). The construction style the building suggests it can be dated to the nineteenth–twentieth centuries CE.
6 (map ref. 225873/767697). A natural cave.
7 (map ref. 225942/767675). A cistern.
8 (map ref. 226118/767422). A natural cave.
9 (map ref. 226127/767417). A natural cave.
10–12 (map ref. 226057–123/767263–335). A bedrock surface (4,330 sq m) on which various signs of possible rock-cuttings are visible.
13 (map ref. 226065/767366). A natural cave.
14 (map ref. 226240/767376). A square rock-cutting.
15 (map ref. 225999/767279). A small stone heap and a potsherd scattering.
16 (map ref. 225954–71/767203–37; Fig. 4). A square stone heap (680 sq m) bisected by a wall. Non-diagnostic fragments of ancient pottery vessels were gathered.
Based on the ancient potsherds discovered in the two square compounds (Sites 1 and 16), it is highly probable that they are connected to nearby Khirbat el-Dabsha, but their real meaning can only be ascertained in an archaeological excavation. The nature of the rock-cuttings and the caves discovered around the hill can also be established only proper excavations. The cisterns and the vaulted building (Site 5) are most likely from the nineteenth–twentieth centuries CE.