Four sites (1–5) were identified in the survey, described hereafter from north to south.
1 (Map ref. 150163/582866).  A flint scatter (diam. 15 m) comprising flakes, cores and blades, dating to the Chalcolithic period (c. 5,000 BCE).
2 (Map ref. 150109/582765). A flint scatter (diam. 10 m) comprising flakes, blades and flake tools, dating to the Chalcolithic period.
3 (Map ref. 149519/582471). A rectangular building (length 8 m, width 5 m, max. preserved height 2 m) built of mud bricks mixed with straw. The eastern side of the building was attached to the steep slope of a prominent natural hill. The only opening of the building was located in the middle of the western wall. No datable finds were discovered in or around the building.
4, 5 (Map ref. 149428/581991). A prehistoric site (diam. 200 m), whose center is located on a small hill. A scatter of flint tools, stone and potsherds, dating to the Chalcolithic period, as well as animal bones, were discerned at the site.