Perhaps same as Hartein, K el-, of RT 20, 167 and ASAE 2, 63. Access from side-road from Fariskur-Mansura road, to village of Naggar, then walk through fields to south. Excavations in progress in 1996 by Chief Inspector Atef Abu el-Dahap of Damietta office: revealed Late Roman mud-brick and fired-brick buildings, including a large bath-house with fired brick wells and conduits, plus some drains of linked amphorae. This level buried under fairly sterile wind-borne dust. Walls of large square buildings visible as surface traces in S part of mound. Pottery of Late Roman/ Coptic and early Islamic periods, some pieces seen by J and P Spencer in 1997 included Roman Hermopolite type A amphorae (1C -4C AD), cooking-pots of 5C-8C and Islamic glazed vessels down to about the 12C AD. Some burials with Greek inscriptions on thin gold foil. Few pieces of re-used Ptolemaic masonry with hieroglyphs, but might have been brought from elsewhere. One example of 'Theban millstone' of red granite. Use of the mound as a modern cemetery began at the NW corner and expanded to cover the whole mound by 2017.

Photographs taken in 1997 by permission of Chief Inspector Atef Abu Dahap. © Patricia & Jeffrey Spencer.