1 (Map ref. 181258/608811). A natural cave with two round openings (diameter 0.7 m) hewn in its ceiling is located on a hilltop. The cave ceiling has collapsed in its center.
2 (Map ref. 181276/608825). A farming enclosure wall (width 0.6 m) built around Cave 1. It is built of two rows of large upright stones with a fill of smaller stones in between.
3 (Map ref. 181231/608821). On the northwestern slope of the hill is a farming enclosure wall (width 0.7 m, height 0.8 m) built like Enclosure Wall 2.
4 (Map ref. 181213/608798). A square building consisting of two rooms built of large stones (0.5–0.7 m) is flanked by Enclosure Walls 2 and 3.
5 (Map ref. 181181/608854). A natural cave is located at the northwestern corner of Enclosure Wall 3.
6 (Map ref. 181231/608952). A building (10×15 m) comprising a number of rooms built of dry construction utilizing medium-size stones (0.4–0.6 m). To its west is an adjacent enclosure wall (Site 7).
7 (Map ref. 181237/608967). An enclosure wall (width 0.6 m) built of two rows of large stones with smaller stone fill in between. It is adjacent to the western side of Building 6.
8 (Map ref. 181206/609028). Remains of a farming enclosure wall built of one row of stones (length of stones 0.6 m).
9 (Map ref. 181272/608941). A cave dwelling with two separate entrances. No construction was discerned inside the cave or near its entrances; however, thick layers of ash were found. Remains of a square building (5×6 m) were found c. 10 m east of the cave.
10 (Map ref. 181342/608877). On the northern slope of the hill is a farming enclosure wall (width 0.6 m) built of two rows of large, upright stones with a fill of smaller stone smaller stone in between.
11 (Map ref. 181453/609459). On the southeastern slope of the hill is a farming enclosure wall (width 0.5 m), built of two rows of large, upright stones with a fill of smaller stone in between.
12 (Map ref. 181453/609482). On the eastern slope of the hill is a two-room structure (4×6 m) built of limestone and chalk.
13 (Map ref. 181489/609487). A semi-circular embankment (length 10 m, width 2 m) built of crushed limestone is located on the eastern slope of the hill.
14 (Map ref. 181478/609551). A square building (5×5 m) built of chalk and limestone. Within it is an entrance to a natural cave.
15 (Map ref. 182031/609537). A farming enclosure wall (width 0.5 m) built of one row of upright stones on the northern slope of the hill.
16 (Map ref. 182031/609497). A natural cave devoid of any ancient remains.
All of the remains are probably part of the settlement complex surrounding Horbat Qarqar.