Farming Terrace Walls (1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 13, 14). Terrace walls (width 0.8–1.5 m), mostly constructed from two rows of building stones in secondary use and fieldstones, with a core of small stone, were documented. The walls were preserved three–four courses high, except for a wall at Site 6 that was preserved 2.5 m high. The wall at Site 13 was partially built of stones that were set in place on their narrow side. Potsherds from Iron Age II and the Roman and Byzantine periods were gathered on the surface near the walls.
Stone Clearance Heap (3). A heap of small and medium stones (2.5×3.0 m), surrounded by a wall, was documented.
Cesspit (7). A cesspit that was probably part of a modern sewage system was documented. Judging by the rock-cutting of the opening, this pit presumably made use of an ancient cistern.
Burial Cave (4). A hewn rectangular opening of a cave (0.60×0.85 m) that faces north was documented in a high bedrock cliff.
Winepress (8). A hewn winepress, consisting of a treading floor (3.0×4.0 m) and two collecting vats to its east, a northern vat (1.5×1.5 m, depth 0.5 m to top of stones and alluvium) and a southern vat (1.3×1.5 m, depth c. 1 m), was documented. An installation that conveyed the liquid to the collecting vats was built next to the eastern side of the treading floor. A niche intended for anchoring a wooden beam was hewn in the western side of the treading floor. A step was cut in the northern side of the northern collecting vat.
Quarrying Remains (10, 18). A hewn severance channel (length 0.8 m, width 5 cm) was documented at Site 10; the area around it is covered with vegetation. Remains of rock-cuttings were documented in a bedrock outcrop (5×20 m) at Site 18.
Rock-hewn Installations (11, 12, 15–17). A hewn conical basin (diam. 0.5 m) was documented at Site 11. An installation that was partially hewn and partially built (0.8×2.0 m was documented at Site 12; it is presently filled with stones and soil. Rock-cuttings and two hewn cupmarks were documented in a bedrock surface (diam. of cupmarks 0.15 and 0.30 m) at Site 15. A hewn installation that includes a rectangular surface (0.8×1.0 m, depth 7 cm) and a basin (diam. 0.6 m) to the east, whose eastern side is destroyed, was documented at Site 16. A fragment of a round hewn stone that is probably part of a capstone was documented at Site 17.