Building Remains (Site 1). A heap (diam. 4 m) of medium-sized masonry stones was covered with thick vegetation. The wall of a farming terrace abutted the eastern side of the heap.  
Water Cistern (Site 12). The southern part of the cistern was hewn, whereas its northern part was built of fieldstones (height of construction 2 m). At present, the poured concrete capstone of the cistern is surrounded by a cement surface (Fig. 2). A hewn channel led to the cistern from the south and part of it was covered by the cement surface. Various rock-cuttings that predated the modern construction were discerned around the cistern.
Farming terraces were the main elements noted in the survey (Sites 2–11). The terraces’ retaining walls (length 10–20 m), mostly oriented east–west, were built of fieldstones and roughly hewn medium-sized stones and preserved five to eight courses high (Fig. 3). The walls of two terraces were aligned north–south (Sites 9, 10). The wall of one of the retaining walls (Site 5; Fig. 4) was built of two rows of large dressed stones in a northwest-southeast direction.