During April 2002 a trial excavation was conducted on farming terraces at the site in the Yeroham Park (Permit No. A-3690*; map ref. NIG 19385/54030; OIG 14385/04030), for the purpose of conservation. The excavation was directed by N.S. Paran, with the assistance of A. Klakhmann.
Two sections of the terraces (c. 2 m long) that could be seen on surface prior to the excavation, flanking the ravine, were excavated. The northern terrace consisted of two courses, preserved c. 0.4 m high; it was built of two rows of medium-sized fieldstones with a core of small stones and soil (Fig. 1). The southern terrace was 153 m away from the northern one and similarly built (Fig. 2). Its exterior (southern) and interior (northern) faces were preserved c. 0.35 m and c. 0.75 m high respectively. The excavation was devoid of any finds.