The excavation was conducted on a hillslope south of Horbat Zakharya (Shachar 2017). A rock-hewn winepress, perhaps a poorly preserved Bodeda, was exposed; it included a treading floor (L113; Fig. 2) and a collecting vat (L112). In addition, a hewn cupmark, a stone-clearance heap and seven retaining walls of agricultural terraces (length 13–70 m, width 0.7–1.0 m; Fig. 3), built of medium-sized fieldstones and preserved one course high, were uncovered.