The survey was performed in a wooded region on both banks of Nahal Tidhar, a tributary of Nahal Gerar, c. 500 m south of Tel Haror (Figs. 1, 2). No archaeological sites were known to exist in the area before the survey. A rectangular building, dating to the Ottoman period, was discovered (4.2×6.3 m; Fig. 3). The walls of the building consist of a single row of small qirton stones, preserved four–seven courses high. Several body fragments of Gaza ware were found around the building.
No other archaeological finds were discovered.