A scant amount of pottery sherds dating to the Byzantine and Late Ottoman periods were scattered throughout the survey area. In addition, a fragment of a basalt hoe (6 × 6 × 15 cm; Site No. 1; map ref. 172098/59776; Fig. 2), probably dating to the Chalcolithic period, was discovered. The surface of the tool is polished. Its edge was fashioned by means of bifacial knapping and bears signs of use.