Architectural Remains. Two round structures (Site 1; diam. 1.6 m; Site 4: diam. 1.4 m; Figs. 2–5) built of medium- and large-sized fieldstones placed on sand consisting fragments of natural flint (Site 1—L12; Site 4—L22) were exposed at Sites 1 and 4. A large stone (0.5 × 0.5–0.6 × 0.6–0.7 m) was placed on the northern side of each building; these probably represent standing stones (mazzevot). It seems that the architectural remains served as the foundations of small tents.
Installation Remains. Remains of two installations (L15, L16; Fig. 6) situated c. 1 m apart were exposed at Site 2. Installation 15 was elliptical (c. 0.4 × 1.5 m; Fig. 7) and built of one row of densely arranged medium-sized fieldstones on a layer of sand that contains fragments of natural flint; only the southern part of the installation was preserved. Installation 16 was circular (diam. c. 0.4 m) and constructed of small- and medium-sized fieldstones. Remains of a rectangular installation (L20; c. 0.4 × 1.3 m; Figs. 8, 9) were exposed at Site 3. This installation was also built of medium-sized fieldstones set on a layer of sand that contained fragments of natural flint. The northwestern part of the installation was curved.
Cairn. Remains of an elliptical stone cairn (0.4 × 1.2 × 2.0 m; Fig. 10) were exposed at Site 5. The removal of stones from its upper part exposed it base, built of several medium-sized fieldstones arranged in a curved outline (L25; Fig. 11). These stones were also set on sand containing fragments of natural flint.