Probably = Hogarth's Kom Abdul Ghadi in his 1895 report to the EEF, described as being '20 feet high and half a mile long, but all Roman, pottery, glass, bricks and everything'. See also the comments on Tell Abu el-Gudur (Delta Survey 406). Appears on 1996 ESA map as Kom Abu el-Fida. Marked as a miniscule area with Islamic graves to south of village. This site, now called Kom el-Adda, lies to the south of the road running east-west and is now built over by a town. The land here is still clearly raised at about 2-3m above the level of the road and fields, but nothing can be seen (P. Wilson visit, 2004).

Wilson, P., The West Delta Regional Survey, Beheira and Kafr el-Sheikh Provinces, 56-7, id., 2010, 122.