1 (Map ref. 181798/579655). A rectangular structure (10×15 m) built on the southern slope of a hill.
2 (Map ref. 181683/579551). A farming terrace (length 15 m) inside Nahal Karkor; the middle of the terrace collapsed into the stream.
3 (Map ref. 181545/579678). A cistern (diam. of opening 0.9 m) hewn in a bedrock terrace on the northern bank of the stream.
4 (Map ref. 181518/579669). A farming terrace (length 10 m) built of large fieldstones (0.6–0.8 m) inside the stream.
5 (Map ref. 181129/579744). A rock-hewn cistern on the southern bank of the stream; the cistern was renovated with concrete and fitted with an iron cover and it is used today. An embankment built of limestone and used to collect run-off was identified opposite the cistern.
6 (Map ref. 182095/579422). A farming terrace (length 5 m) built of medium-sized fieldstones (0.6 m) and preserved three courses high.
7 (Map ref. 181702/579539). A farming terrace (length 7 m) built of fieldstones (0.6 m) and preserved two courses high.
8, 9 (Map refs. 181683/579547, 182331/579665). A farming terrace (length 10 m) built of fieldstones (0.6 m) and preserved two courses high.
10–12 (Map refs. 182497/580034, 182503/580014, 182510/579997 respectively). Farming terraces (length 15 m) built of small fieldstones inside the stream.
13 (Map ref. 181714/579787). A rectangular building (5×10 m) constructed from medium-sized fieldstones (0.6 m) on the southern bank of the stream.
14 (Map ref. 182777/580271). A square watchman’s hut (4×4 m) built of flat fieldstones on the highest hilltop in the survey area.
15 (Map ref. 182656/580546). A rectangular structure (15×20 m) built on the southwestern slope of the hill.