1 (Map ref. 183822/575196). A wall (length 4 m, width 0.8 m) built of chalk fieldstones.
2 (Map ref. 183785/575813). A cistern with a modern opening of concrete, which is used today by local shepherds. Remains of three buildings that extend over an area of 20×50 m were documented c. 5 m west of the cistern. They were built of partly dressed chalk masonry stones. At least one installation, built of chalk slabs embedded in the ground, was documented in one of the buildings.
3 (Map ref. 184049/573976). A cistern, renovated in the modern era, is apparently still in use.
4 (Map ref. 184528/578652). A rock-hewn cistern with a circular opening (diam. 0.4 m).
5 (Map ref. 185289/577899). A square building (4×4 m; width of walls 0.4–0.5 m) on the southern bank of Nahal Betarim. Potsherds dating to the Late Byzantine period are scattered around it.
6 (Map ref. 185713/577915). Flint tools dating to the Middle Paleolithic period are scattered in an area (diam. c. 20 m).
7 (Map ref. 186024/577916). A circular rock-hewn opening (diam. 0.5 m) leading to a natural cavity in the bedrock that is probably a cistern or a cave.
8 (Map ref. 186052/577942). A cistern with a square opening (0.4×0.4 m), which was renovated with concrete and is still in use.
9 (Map ref. 185939/578141). A cistern with a square opening (0.5×0.5 m), which was renovated in the modern era and is still in use. A trough is located alongside the cistern.
10 (Map ref. 185414/578237). A scattering of flint tools dating to the Middle Paleolithic period, in an area c. 30–40 m in diameter.
11 (Map ref. 184079/573225). A farming terrace (length 30 m, width 0.8 m) built on a slope that descends toward the southwest. The terrace wall was preserved three courses high (0.5 m).
12 (Map ref. 184500/576000). Building remains (15×30 m) consisting of partly dressed chalk masonry stones. On the southern side of the structure was a wall built of dressed chalk stones, delimiting a courtyard (15×30 m). At least two rooms were identified in the building. Remains of other walls and potsherd scatters dating to the Iron Age and Byzantine period were documented around the building.
13 (Map ref. 187150/577650). A cistern and remains of a structure built of small fieldstones.
14 (Map ref. 185078/576143). A cistern hewn in soft chalk bedrock. Its opening (diam. 0.7 m) is coarsely hewn.
15 (Map ref. 188050/579150). Remains of a structure; scattered around it are several partly dressed building stones and potsherds dating to the Byzantine period.
16 (Map ref. 185150/577250). A rock-hewn cistern whose modern opening is built of concrete (diam. 3 m). The cistern’s ceiling collapsed inside. A shallow round trough (diam. 0.8 m) was built in the northern side of the cistern.
17 (Map ref. 185080/576570). A square field tower (7×7 m) built of partly dressed chalk stones on level ground, on the eastern bank of Nahal Betarim.
18 (Map ref. 185150/577250). Remains of a building (farmstead; 10×20 m) built of small fieldstones. A wall enclosing a courtyard is built in its southern side. Potsherds dating to the Byzantine and Early Islamic periods were gathered at the site.