During July 2004, a survey was conducted within the precincts of the Map of Kefar Nahum (Map 36; Permit No. A-4111; central map ref. NIG 2549/7568; OIG 2049/2568; ESI 10:87–90; HA-ESI 112:9*–11*; 115:7*–9*), following a plan to collect basalt stones for construction. The survey, on behalf of the Israel Antiquities Authority, was directed by Y. Stepansky, with the assistance of A. Shapiro (GPS).
A limited area (c. 250 dunams) was surveyed east of Moshav Amnun and northeast of Triangulation Point J-1351. Six dolmens, documented and measured by means of GPS, were found.
(1) Type 1B dolmen (‘Atiqot 17:20–58 [Hebrew]) with a stone heap and well preserved (Site 20-25/46/1, Dolmen 1; map ref. NIG 25911/756721; diam. 5 m; Fig. 1).
(2) Type 1B dolmen with a stone heap and well preserved (Site 20-25/46/1, Dolmen 2; map ref. NIG 254991/756998; diam. 7 m; Fig. 2).
(3) Sealed dolmen with a relatively large stone heap (Site 20-25/56/1, Dolmen 1; map ref. NIG 255048/756790; diam. 10 m; Fig. 3).
(4) Ruined dolmen with a stone heap (Site 20-25/56/1, Dolmen 2; map ref. NIG 255047/756833; diam. 7 m; Fig. 4).
(5) Type 1B dolmen with two burial cells and a large stone heap, well preserved (Site 20-25/56/1, Dolman 3; map ref. NIG 255045/756878; diam. 10 m; Figs. 5–7).
(6) Type 1A small dolmen without a stone heap and well preserved (Site 20-25/56/1, Dolmen 4; map ref. NIG 255050/756962; length of cell 1 m; Fig. 8). A stone heap (diam. 5 m) is located 5 m west of the dolmen. A rock-hewn game board that consisted of two rows, each of seven semicircular depressions (Fig. 9), was located on a stone surface east of the dolmen.
These dolmens were part of the large dolmen field at Ramat Korazim, which is ascribed to the end of the third millennium and the beginning of the second millennium BCE.