Area A is located within the precincts of the existing settlement, on the fringes of Horbat Dagesh, which is situated on a hill north of the settlement. A building (5), a cairn (9), field walls (3, 4, 7), farming terraces (1, 2) rock-cuttings (8, 10, 11) and a depression in the ground (6), probably a cave or a cistern, were discovered.
Area B is located west of the current settlement, on a gentle spur that ascends toward the southwest. Three cisterns (12, 14, 17; Figs. 2, 3), with cupmarks near Cistern 14 (Fig. 4), a winepress (16; Fig. 5), a large cupmark (19), field walls (13, 15, 18) and farming terraces (20–23) were discovered.
Area C, located west of Area B, is in a forested section along the eastern slope of Giv‘at Moran. Four caves (27, 28, 36, 37; Fig. 6) were discovered; two were probably burial caves (27, 28). In addition, an ancient road that ascends in the direction of Horbat Moran and is delineated by stone walls (29; Fig. 7), a cairn (25), field walls (24, 26, 30, 31, 33, 35, 38) and farming terraces (32, 34), were documented.
Area D is west of Area B and north of Area C, within the precincts of Horbat Moran (Fig. 8), which consists of a dense and complex concentration of ancient remains, including buildings, caves, underground hiding complexes, cisterns and farming terraces.