Sites 1, 2 (Site 1—map ref. 203529/724990; Site 2—map ref. 203488/725412). Stone clearance heaps and remains of farming terrace walls. A few potsherds that dated to the Roman period were gathered in the vicinity of the walls.
Site 3 (map ref. 203364/725787). Remains of ruins (Horbat Qetina and Horbat Qipoz) and a well (Map of Daliya [31], Sites 50, 63, 64).
Site 4 (map ref. 203230/725386). An extensive potsherd scattering and a concentration of flint artifacts. The potsherds dated to the Persian, Roman, Byzantine and Mamluk periods.
Site 5 (map ref. 201817/724779). Quarrying remains in hard limestone bedrock.
Site 6 (map ref. 201280/724908). A wall built of medium-sized fieldstones and oriented northeast-southwest.
Site 7 (map ref. 200898/724838). A winepress hewn in hard limestone bedrock and consisting of a rectangular treading floor (2.5 × 3.0 m) and a rectangular collecting vat (1.7 × 2.0, depth 0.8 m).
Sites 8, 9 (Site 8—map ref. 198808/724735; Site 9—map ref. 197622/724848). Farming terrace walls built of different size fieldstones and generally oriented north–south.
Site 10 (map ref. 197289/724812). A corner of a building whose walls (width 0.6 m) were built of two adjacent rows of small and medium fieldstones.
Site 11 (map ref. 197092/724827). A hewn opening of a cave(?). Silt and dense vegetation at the site hindered the documentation.
Site 12 (map ref. 197093/724834). A concentration of flint artifacts.
Site 13 (map ref. 196926/724875). A round kiln (diam. c. 3.5 m), partly hewn in hard limestone bedrock and partly built of two rows of medium fieldstones; it was preserved eight courses high.
Site 14 (map ref. 196848/724898). A cave (?) hewn in hard limestone bedrock.
Site 15 (map ref. 193500/723384). A large quarry and many hewn burial caves were documented on the kurkar ridge. A rock-cutting for a rolling stone, not preserved in situ, was discerned in the opening of one of the caves. A few non-diagnostic potsherds and a fragment of a flint arrowhead, which dated to the Pre-Pottery Neolithic B period, were gathered in the vicinity of the caves.