Ten sites were surveyed (Fig. 1); all of them are known and are designated antiquities sites, although only a few have been published. Following is the list of sites, set from east to west:
(1) ‘En Shefar‘am (‘Ein Afiya [North]). A multi-period settlement on a hill north of ‘Ein Afiya. The site was occupied during Middle Bronze Age II, the Late Bronze and Iron Ages and the Hellenistic and Early Roman periods (Permit No. A-5390).
(2) Horbat Zefat ‘Adi
(Map of Shefar‘am , Site 34; HA-ESI 116
). A large multi-period settlement; the remains are dated from the Epi-palaeolithic until the Ottoman periods.
(3) Horbat Gahosh (Khirbat el Jahush; Map of Shefar‘am , Site 1). A settlement from the Byzantine period and the Middle Ages. Foundations of a saqiye well were found and two concentrations of flint and basalt items were identified north of the ruin; these point to habitation encampments prior to the Neolithic period.
(4) Horbat Galemat (Khirbat Jalamat; Map of Shefar‘am , Site 16). An artificial hill surrounded by a crude wall, cisterns and rock-cuttings. Potsherds dating to the Roman and Byzantine periods were collected.
(5) Tel Afek and the ‘En Afek Nature Reserve. The tell has evidence of continuous occupation from the Early Bronze Age to the present. Fortifications, a flour mill and a sugar mill, dating to the Crusader period, are still standing, in situ, on and around the tell.
(6) Triangulation Point 892H. A small tell where a scattering of flint artifacts and fragments of pottery vessels, dating to the Middle Bronze Age was found.
(7) Tel Da‘okh. Potsherds dating to the Late Bronze Age and the Byzantine, Crusader, Mamluk and Ottoman periods were gathered on the tell. A complete vault still stands on the tell and a saqiye well is located to its northwest; these remains probably date to the Crusader period.
(8) El-Harika. Remains of a small settlement from the Ottoman period.
(9) Site No. 13522 (the northern fish pond of Kefar Masaryk). Remains of a small settlement from the Ottoman period.
(10) RiduwanGardens (south; HA-ESI 122). A large structure (c. 16×20 m) in which a vault is completely preserved; a round saqiye well is adjacent to the eastern side of the building; a conventional well covered with a large chunk of concrete, water channels and pools, are scattered around the building.