A cistern (Site 1) and farming terraces (Sites 2–4; Fig. 1) were discovered on the chalk hill. It was not possible to date the quarrying of the cistern; however, it was undoubtedly also used in the modern era because the capstone was lined with modern cement. It was also difficult to estimate when the farming terraces were built.
In view of their proximity to Tel Jatt in the Galilee, it can reasonably be assumed that the finds documented in the survey are remains of agricultural activity conducted by the inhabitants of the tell.