(1) A wall, possibly a field wall, built of large limestone fieldstones (length 5 m, height c. 2 m; Fig. 2).
(2) A small stone clearance heap (diam. c. 3 m).
(3) A long field wall built of fieldstones and a few roughly worked stones. A small section in the middle of the wall was preserved three courses high. The wall was built toward the top of the slope and two terraces that were perpendicular to the line of the slope abutted it on the east. The area between them was not rocky and it is clear that it had been cultivated in the past (Fig. 3).
(4) An open area cleared of stones and surrounded by large fieldstones; a large stone stood in its center (Fig. 4).
(5) A tumulus built in the corner of Site 4.
(6) Two elongated and built tumuli that were perpendicular to each other.
(7) A large tumulus; large stones next to it could be the remains of a plundered dolmen.
(8) An elongated rectangular tumulus.
(9) A slightly curved field wall (length c. 4 m) that was perpendicular to the line of the slope; a small leveled plot of arable land was located north of it.
(10) Two walls perpendicular to each other, built of large limestone fieldstones, similar to the wall discovered in Site 1. One of the walls was built at the top of the slope (length c. 5 m) and the other was perpendicular to the line of the slope (length c. 10 m). North of the walls was an area of leveled ground for farming (Fig. 5).
A farmstead was probably located in the surveyed area during the Roman or Byzantine periods. Agricultural installations in the area of the farm are still visible to date (Fig. 6). South of and next to the center of the hill, walls built of large limestone fieldstones (1, 3, 9, 10) that were probably used for agricultural purposes on the farm, were discovered. South of the wall area, several tumuli (5–8) whose purpose and date are unclear, were identified. It is not possible to determine if they were connected to the farm at Kh. Sur or at nearby Horbat Berekh, which is an earlier site where megalithic buildings and dolmens from the Bronze Age were found. The significance of the find at Site 4 is unclear. It could have fulfilled some agricultural function, or alternatively, could have been occupied by nomads.