Two squares (A1, B1) were opened, one on each of the farming terraces that were documented in the survey (Fig. 1). Square A1 was excavated on the higher of the two terraces; scattered stones and several small potsherds were found, mostly dating to the Roman period and a few to the Byzantine period. Bedrock was revealed 0.3 m beneath the level of stones (Fig. 2). Roughly hewn stones that were probably placed as a foundation for the farming terrace were discovered in Square B1 (Fig. 3). Several potsherds were discovered between the stones and the bedrock, including the rim of a Kefar Hananya cooking pot (Type 3A; Fig. 4:1), dating to the Roman period, and a jar rim from the Byzantine period (Fig. 4:2).