1. Map ref. 187885/384720. A circle of stone slabs (diam. 1 m; average stone dimensions 0.1×0.3×0.5; Fig. 2) that were set in place on their narrow side. Two similar, but destroyed stone circles, were discerned 30 m to the south.
2. Map ref. 188108/383667. A curved wall (diam. 7 m) built of medium-sized fieldstones and preserved c. 0.3 m high. An opening (width 4 m) facing southwest was installed in the wall.
3. Map ref. 188203/383526. A heap of small and medium fieldstones (0.7×1.0 m; height 0.3 m; Fig. 3).
4. Map ref. 189540/383350. At the declared antiquities site Har Rehav‘am, which extends along the southern bank of Nahal Rehav‘am, c. 15 stone circles known as ‘saucers” (diam. 2–4 m, height 0.3 m; Figs. 4, 5) were documented. These circles consist of small fieldstones with a concentration of white gravel between them. A high concentration of metal oxides was discovered near the stone circles. It seems that these stone circles delineated the openings of vertical shafts used in mining copper, which filled up with alluvium over time. Similar remains of vertical shafts for mining copper, which were delineated by stone circles, were exposed in the Timna Valley and dated to the Iron Age.
5. Map ref. 189566/383336. A rock-hewn cave in the southern cliff of Nahal Rehav‘am (4×12 m, height 2 m; Fig. 6). The opening of the cave was blocked by a wall (length 5 m, width 0.8 m, height 1.5–2.5 m) built of fieldstones bonded with mortar. An entrance (width 0.6 m) was set in this wall. The cave includes a central chamber (4×8 m, height 2 m) and two small chambers to the east and west. The western chamber (2×2 m; height 1.5 m) was separated from the central chamber by a wall (length 3 m, width 0.8 m, height 0.8 m) built of stone slabs (0.1×0.4×0.5 m; Fig. 7). The eastern chamber is blocked with soil. It seems that the cave is a copper mine that was active in the Early Islamic period. Subsequently, after the mine was no longer used, it was adapted for use as an underground granary.
6. Map ref. 189616/383382. A circle of medium-sized stones (diam. 6 m, height 0.4 m; Fig. 8), possibly remains of a cairn. Two large fieldstones (0.5×0.5×0.5 m) are located in the center of the circle.

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