Horbat ‘Inbal is situated on the flat top of the mountain, which is a leveled exposed area of dolomite rock. Most of the area was modeled by a large agricultural project in which field walls delimited farming terraces (Fig. 2). The main walls are oriented east–west; they are 600–800 m long and c. 300 m apart (Fig. 3). The secondary walls, aligned north–south, are 50–150 m long and 50–60 m apart.
Following are the survey sites (Fig. 1):
(1) An ancient road of indeterminate date, of which only sporadic sections were identified.
(2) Horbat ‘Inbal—a farm that was probably built in the Roman period, expanded in the Byzantine period and used until the Crusader period.
(3, 4) Two prehistoric sites; a scattering of flint artifacts was discovered.
(5) A settlement site, probably from the Iron Age.
The archaeological finds show that extensive agricultural preparations were made in the surveyed area, probably during the Roman period.