Site 1 (map ref. 21985/63619). A modern retaining wall of a farming terrace (height 1.6–2.3 m; Fig. 2), built of small fieldstones.
Site 2 (map ref. 21980/63627). Remains of a circular watchman’s hut (?; diam. 4.3 m), built of medium-sized fieldstones (length 0.4–0.7 m).
Site 3 (map ref. 21975/63633). A system of farming terraces, planted with olive trees today. The terraces belong to a large agricultural complex that extended across both sides of the stream (Fig. 3). Ancient construction, particularly in the lower courses, was identified on some of the farming terraces.
Site 4 (map ref. 21918/63669). A farming terrace; continuation of Site 3.
Site 5 (map ref. 21913/63675). Remains of an elliptical animal pen (4 × 6 m), which was built next to the retaining wall of a farming terrace. The bottom courses of the pen’s walls comprised ancient dressed stones.
Site 6 (map ref. 21903/63685). Settlement remains (c. 10 dunams) across both sides of the stream. Dressed building stones and fragments of pottery vessels, dating to Iron II B-C and the Persian, Roman and Byzantine periods, were scattered across surface. Structures that incorporated large ashlar stones (0.55 × 0.95 m) in their walls were built over the ancient settlement remains in later periods. Ancient walls were sometimes utilized in the construction of farming terraces (Fig. 4). This agricultural system, which extended across some 20 dunams around the ancient settlement, is used today for orchards and olive groves (Fig. 5).