Building (2). Remains of an elliptical structure (diam. 2.5–3.5 m; Fig. 2), built of large coarsely dressed stones, were identified. A depression in the ground was noted inside the building. Based on the shape, the building was probably a watchman’s hut or an animal pen.
Rock-Hewn Installations (1, 3, 4, 5, 7). Installation 1 consisted of a central elliptical surface (diam. 0.8–1.0 m) from which two short channels led to collecting vats. One vat was situated north of the floor (diam. 0.4, depth 0.3 m to the top of the fill; Fig. 3) and the other was south of it (diam. 0.2 m, depth 0.2 m to the top of the fill). A small cupmark (diam. 0.1 m, depth 5 cm) was hewn next to the northern collecting vat and a large cupmark (diam. 0.47 m, depth 0.24 m to the top of the fill) was close by, to the northwest. Another channel coming from the east also led to the southern collecting vat. A shallow semicircular basin (0.45 × 0.80 m, depth 0.2 m) and another basin (0.40 × 0.45 m, depth 0.1 m) were discerned south of the southern collecting vat. Installation 3 was a round basin (diam. 0.8 m) and so was Installation 4 (diam. 0.35 m). One of the latter’s sides was curved and a perforated hole for draining liquids was in its western side. Installation 5 was a large round basin (diam. 1.7 m; Fig. 4), filled almost to the top with soil. Installation 7 consisted of an elongated, irregular shaped stone surface and a nearby cupmark (diam. 0.4–0.5 m, depth 0.15 m; Fig. 5); it seems that liquid drained from the surface into the cupmark. Another cupmark was documented near the installation. A small hewn depression (diam. 0.15 m, depth c. 0.15 m) was noted about 3 m northeast of the installation.
Cupmarks (8, 14). Site 8 included seven cupmarks, hewn in bedrock outcrops (average diam. 0.1 m) and Site 14 included a large number of hewn cupmarks that occurred in a variety of sizes.
Farming Terrace Walls (6, 11, 13). Three walls, oriented east–west, were documented. Walls 6 and 11 (each c. 10 m long) were built of a single row of large fieldstones, whereas Wall 13 (length c. 150 m, width c. 2 m) consisted of two rows of roughly hewn medium-sized stones and a core of small fieldstones.
Stone Clearance Heaps (9, 10, 12). Three clearance heaps (diam. 2.5–5.0 m) were surveyed. They were all enclosed within a circular wall built of large fieldstones.