During April 2006 a survey was conducted at the Korazim Junction (Permit No. A-4766*; map ref. NIG 2518–21/7565–8; OIG 2018–21/2565–8; Fig. 1) prior to development work. The survey, carried out on behalf of the Antiquities Authority and financed by the Mevo’ot Hermon Regional Council, was directed by O. Zingboym.
South of Moshav Korazim, a number of ancient sites were discerned, including a dolmen field, enclosure sites, Horbat Berekh, which dates to the Bronze Age and Horbat Sur, which dates to the Byzantine period.
Three dolmens and a number of roofing stones from others were documented. They are part of a larger dolmen field destroyed during construction activities. Other dolmens from this field had previously been documented (cf. ‘En ‘Adaya, HA-ESI 117
At one dolmen a roof-stone (3 × 4 m) that belonged to a robbed chamber (Fig. 2) was found. Next to it was another, in situ
roof-stone (2 × 3 m). Another dolmen was probably located at the site, but could not be documented due to mechanical equipment working in the area. It is possible that these two or three dolmens identified in the area represent only a small portion of what was once an extensive dolmen field.