1. A group of small stones, possibly stone clearance heaps (diam. 3 m, 5 m, 6 m, 8 m).
2. A structure (4 × 6 m; Fig. 3) whose walls are built of medium-sized fieldstones and small stones in-between.
3. A tall, large stone heap (diam. c. 11 m), possibly covering a dolmen.
4. Remains of two rectangular structures (1.2 × 3.5 m; 1.4 × 3.5 m; Fig. 4) built of large fieldstones. Their entrances were set in the eastern side. Non-diagnostic potsherds were gathered in their vicinity.
5. An animal pen surrounded by a wall (diam. 5 m).
6. A farming terrace wall, in which a structure (2.5 × 2.5 m) is incorporated; it is built of fieldstones to a single course high and was possibly an animal pen.
7. Field wall (length c. 30 m) built of large stones.
8. Building remains and cairns located on a hill. A shallow water channel extends just to the west of the hill, which is encircled by a stone wall. A large elongated heap of small stones (diam. in the center c. 15 m) that continues to the east was documented on the middle of the hill. A structure (c. 2 × 2 m) built four courses high was noted on the western part of the hill. Two other cairns (diam. 6 m and 8 m) were recorded on the hill and a curved wall of a farming terrace or animal pen is visible to the east of the hill.
9. Quarry (20 × 20 m; Fig. 5) where hexagonal basalt stones were probably detached. Several such stones were documented in various stages of quarrying and a number of stones were lying nearby. A small fieldstone building (?) was discerned near the quarry.
10. A cairn (2 × 2 m) of small stones, delimited by built walls, and an adjacent animal pen (6 × 8 m).
11. Five large animal pens (average size 20 × 20 m) and field walls that were built on a spur of small and medium fieldstones (0.8–1.0 m high).
12. A cairn (diam. c. 8 m) composed of small stones near the channel of a shallow stream.
13. A dam in a shallow channel, very close to Sites 12, 14 and 15.
14. A cairn of small stones (diam. c. 9 m).
15. Large long cairns covering an extensive area (about 10 × 100 m).
16. An animal pen.
17. A rectangular cell built of stones, probably a building or a dolmen; a large fig tree grows inside the cell and covers it.
18. An animal enclosure (diam. c. 3 m).
19. An animal enclosure (diam. c. 2.5 m).
20. Six large fieldstones arranged in a straight line.
21. Small stones arranged in a circle on bedrock, possibly an ancient installation.
22. A rectangular structure (1.2 × 3.5 m) built of large fieldstones on the bedrock.
23. A long broad wall (width 1.4 m; Fig. 6) built of small fieldstones and set horizontally to the slope.
Two similar walls were documented on this slope. These may be farming terrace walls, albeit wider and more massive than the other farming terrace walls in the region.
24. Building whose western side is built of large stones. One of the stone walls, documented at Site 23, is resting up against the building, which may predate the wall.
25. An animal enclosure (c. 15 × 30 m).
26. A fieldstone building (c. 4 × 4 m) located at the end of an animal pen.
27. A plundered dolmen (?), in whose center a small oak tree is growing.
28. A long field wall built two courses high.
29. A built animal pen (c. 20 × 25 m).
30. Remains of a building (c. 5 × 7 m) at the top of a conical basalt hill. The building’s walls consist of small fieldstones and are preserved one–two courses high. A large cairn of small stones is located on the building.