Approximately twenty sites were surveyed in a 200 m wide strip, including three winepresses, two water cisterns, two watchman’s huts, two caves, two rock-hewn tombs and one limekiln. The surveyed area included several known archaeological sites:

Kh. er-Rujum (map ref. NIG 19922/62972; OIG 14922/12972). A large ruin, dating to the Early Bronze Age.

‘Ein Shams (map ref. NIG 19803/62781; OIG 14803/12781). The southeastern part of Tel Bet Shemesh that includes rock-hewn caves.

Tel Bet Shemesh (map ref. NIG 19753/61288; OIG 14753/11288). The western area at the foot of the tell was surveyed; three rock-hewn tombs that were part of a burial field, which mostly extended beyond the survey area, were recorded.

Giv‘at Savyon (map ref. NIG 1975/6276; OIG 1475/1276). A site from the Chalcolithic period and the Early Bronze Age.

‘Enot Dekalim (Kh. el-Jiljil; map ref. NIG 19709/62717; OIG 14709/12717). A large ruin that included a spring house, caves, water cisterns and ceramic finds from the Byzantine and Early Islamic periods (ESI 20:109*–110*).

‘Enot Dekalim South (map ref. NIG 1969/6262; OIG 1469/1262). Wall remains of a spring house and a cluster of potsherds from the Roman and Byzantine periods.

Kh. Jannaba et-Tahta (map ref. NIG 1949/6217; OIG 1449/1217). A large ruin, including remains of buildings, burial caves, water cisterns and ceramic finds from the Roman and Byzantine periods (ESI 16:114–117).