Following inspection of the site for the Delta Survey in 2018, Elena Tiribilli reported:

Kom Abdu Pasha has been levelled for reclamation of agricultural land over time and nowadays only a small part of the tell is preserved, surrounded by irrigation ditches and fields and partially overbuilt by the modern village of Ezbet Abdu Pasha. The surface of the mound consists of loose compact soil and no clear structures or material are visible on the surface of the mound and around the flat areas. The pottery from this site was collected mainly from the fields around the small tell and from a section cut in the middle of the site.The surface pottery shows a high percentage of material of local production, such as Egyptian amphorae and vessel stands, dated mainly to the Early and Late Ptolemaic Period. It was probably part of the supply chain between the lake and the Canopic Nile branch. See Israel Hinojosa-Baliño, Elena Tiribilli, Penelope Wilson, 'The Delta Survey Project Survey in Kafr el-Sheikh and Beheira governorates in 2018', Egyptian Archaeology 55.

The images below show some of the standing sections where the mound has been cut back for fields (E. Tiribilli).

Read more about the Kafr el Dawar survey (2018) here