1 (map ref. 216118/757498). A scattering of flint stones and flakes.
2 (map ref. 216154/757505). A rectangular installation (c. 0.5×1.5 m) oriented in a north south direction and covered with soil fill.
3 (map ref. 216314/757492). A winepress with a square treading floor (c. 3×3 m; Fig. 2) that utilizes a bedrock surface. East of the treading floor is a meticulously hewn cistern (min. depth
2.5 m); its bottom is covered with alluvium and there a circular opening (diam. 1.4 m) is borne in its top. This was originally a small collecting vat that was enlarged after the winepress was no longer used.
4 (map ref. 216323/757530). Remains of a winepress; a very large collecting vat (c. 2×2 m, depth c. 2 m) with a rock-cut staircase in its western side is visible (Fig. 3).
5 (map ref. 216328/757530). Cave, whose northern part is ruinous.
6. (map ref. 216345/757523). The upper opening of a pit or cave (diam. 1.2; Fig. 4), whose northern side is destroyed.
7 (map ref. 216396/757516). A cave opening that faces north; most of it is buried in the ground.
8 (map ref. 216551/757520). A winepress utilizing a bedrock surface. A square treading floor (c. 2.5×2.5 m) is visible; it slopes west toward a collecting vat that is buried beneath soil and bushes.
9 (map ref. 216569/757480). A limekiln (diam. c. 4 m, min. depth 2 m; Fig. 5) located on a gentle slope. The bottom part of the installation is rock-hewn and its upper part is built of small and medium fieldstones. A large ashlar (c. 0.3×0.4×0.8 m), which was probably used as a lintel for a doorway buried on that side, is found on the western side of the kiln.
10 (map ref. 216570/757459). Corner (0.50×0.75 m, max. depth 0.2 m) of a quarry where ashlars were hewn.
11 (map ref. 216615/757463). A large quarry (c. 7×10 m; Fig. 6) for hewing ashlars; it has straight quarrying lines that are mostly concealed beneath bushes.
12 (map ref. 216628/757460). A rock-hewn installation; a north–south aligned channel (length c. 2 m, width c. 0.1 m, depth c. 0.1 m) and a lovely rock-cutting to its east (0.3×1.2 m, depth 0.1 m; Fig. 7), are visible.
13 (map ref. 216630/757474). A natural crevice in the bedrock (diam. c. 0.5 m, depth c. 1.2 m) that probably makes its way into a cave.
14 (map ref. 216643/757475). Cave with an upper opening in its eastern side (diam. c. 1 m). The cave’s interior (min. depth 1.2 m) becomes wider to the north and west and is mostly filled with silt.
15 (map ref. 216684/757542). A well-hewn winepress that has a square treading floor (c. 2.5×2.5 m, max. depth 0.5 m) and a weathered collecting vat (c. 0.5×1.5 m, depth 0.5 m; Fig. 8) to its north. Cupmarks (diam. 0.1 m, depth c. 0.15 m) are hewn around the treading floor, one in each corner, perhaps indicative of posts that supported a roof above the floor.
16 (map ref. 216682/757578). Partially ruinous cave, whose opening faces northeast.
17 (map ref. 216702/757558). Opening of probably a limekiln that is mostly buried in the ground is hewn in a curved wall.
18 and 19 (map ref. 216717–25/757478–80). A large quarry (c. 10×12 m) for hewing ashlars; it has straight quarrying lines that are mostly concealed beneath bushes.
20 (map ref. 216754/757576). Partially ruinous cave, whose opening faces northeast.
21 (map ref. 216773/757606). Winepress hewn in nari. On its southern side is a rectangular treading floor (c. 2.5×3.0 m, depth 0.3 m) and on its northern side is a collecting vat, mostly concealed beneath bushes.
22 (map ref. 217313/757600). Rock-hewn winepress. On its eastern side is a square treading floor (c. 3×3 m) and on its northern side is a rectangular collecting vat (c. 0.8×1.2 m), filled with alluvium.
23 (map ref. 217749/757850). A small natural, ruinous cave.
24 (map ref. 217815/757819). A cistern plastered on the inside with a round opening (diam. c. 1 m), located at the foot of a building that dates to the time of the British Mandate.
The results of the survey are indicative of agricultural and industrial activity connected to two known sites: Tel el Birwa (the ancient village) that borders the area to the southeast, and Horbat Ahihud (North)—to the southwest.