1. Horbat Se‘ara (map ref. 242/735–6; Nahalat Issachar, Site 195). The planned route of the pipeline runs through the northeastern corner of the declared antiquities site, far from the site itself.
2. Horbat Sara (map ref. 242–3/731–2; Nahalat Issachar, Site 204).
3. ‘En Dor (east; map ref. 2395–9/7290–5). Remains of walls and potsherds dating to the Ottoman period along the eastern slope of the basalt hill where Qibbuz ‘En Dor is located (Map of ‘En Dor, Site 3).
4. Horbat Zafzafot (map ref. 237–8/727–8; Nahalat Issachar, Site 165; Map of ‘En Dor, Site 7).
5 (map ref. 24232–4/73363–8). A built water channel (length c. 0.1 km) located on the eastern bank of Nahal Qama. The channel is founded on a wall (width 1 m; Fig. 2), built of basalt fieldstones. The remains of its two sides, each consisting of a row of basalt stones (Fig. 3), were preserved in the southern part of the channel (width 0.4 m). Along the same route and c. 10 m south of the channel is a dam, built across a shallow wadi (Site 6); the channel probably began at the dam.
6 (map ref. 24232/73359–61). A dam (length c. 7 m, width 1.7 m; Fig. 4) built of basalt stones and preserved three courses high; it extends across a shallow wadi that drains into Nahal Qama. Collapsed building stones were noted west of the dam. A water reservoir that utilized the basalt bedrock was formed east of the dam. The reservoir is blocked with alluvium.
7 (map ref. 24224/73323). A circular installation (inner diam. c. 2.1 m; Fig. 5) located on a slope that descends to the west. The wall of the installation (width 0.8 m), built of basalt fieldstones, is exposed at least three courses high. Remains of a wall, oriented north–south and covered with vegetation were found c. 4 m west of the installation (map ref. 23321–5/19222–5; Fig. 6)). The wall, built of basalt fieldstones, is preserved four courses high and remains of plaster were noted on it. Remains of another wall that was built parallel to it are located c. 1.5 m to the west (Fig. 7).
8 (map ref. 24008/72899–901). A rectangular building (5×15 m; Fig. 8) that consisted of a row of three rooms was found c. 50 m northwest of the entrance intersection to Qibbuz ‘En Dor, at the opening of a shallow wadi that flows east. The walls of the building (width 0.8 m, preserved height 1.2 m) are built of basalt fieldstones. The southern wall served as a retaining wall for the area south and west of it. The northern part of the structure is ruinous and building stones were piled on its walls.