Potsherds from the Byzantine and Late Ottoman periods are scattered throughout the survey area. Two sites (1, 2) were documented.
1 (map ref. 161880/596042). A meager scatter of flint tools from the Chalcolithic period (c. 5×5 m) on a path of wadi pebbles. It seems that the flint artifacts were brought here together with the wadi pebbles for the purpose of building the path, and their provenance is unknown.
2 (map ref. 161737/596651; Fig. 3). Architectural remains built of chalk, kurkar and fired mud bricks (Fig. 4), as well as potsherds from the Byzantine period (c. 30×50 m) were documented in the Nahal Yoshivya channel.