It appears that an ancient site was located on an exposed hilltop in the middle of the survey area and most of the land around it was used for farming. Agricultural areas delimited by stone walls, farming terraces, stone clearance heaps, seasonal pools, a tomb and an animal pen were documented. An organized division of the agricultural areas into cultivation plots and the paths separating them was discerned, for example the path between Sites 4 and 5. A modern building and tombs were also recorded.
(1) A modern building surrounded by soil heaps (map ref. 263987/782141).
(2) Agricultural areas delimited by field walls.
(3) A seasonal pool, enclosed within massive stone walls. The pool was probably located along the edge of an ancient settlement and next to farmland (map ref. 263834/782215; Fig. 2).
(4) Numerous farming terraces.
(5) Agricultural areas delimited by field walls (Fig. 3).
(6) Several modern tombs (map ref. 263761/782302).
(7) Agricultural areas delimited by field walls.
(8) A seasonal pool (map ref. 263859/782367).
(9) A plundered dolmen (map ref. 263975/782689; Fig. 4).
(10) An animal pen, possibly ancient (map ref. 264130/782318).
(11) Stone clearance heaps; a very large flat stone that may have originated in a damaged dolmen was discerned (map ref. 264216/782287).