Name Location
Map ref.
Extent No. Notes Literature
Dukhan, T ed- E of Baltim 31 30 50N
31 12 00E
destroyed
130 On SoE 1:100,000 1916 map, but lacking from ESA 1996 map NH36-M6a. Only cultivated fields show on satellite imagery of 2007. SoE 1:100,000 (1916).
Dummiyin, T el- - - - - See Samuni (541) SCA Sharqiya register 130004.
Dundit, T Near Mit Ghamr 30 41 04N
31 18 50E
100 x 250 x 15m high
507 Also known as Tell el-Shehid, this site lies on the east side of Dundit village and is probably a trace of the same site as T. Sheikh Nasreddin. Details and photo SCA Daqahliya - Dameitta register no. 050313. See Foucart ASAE 2 (1901), 75; Edgar ASAE 13 (1913), 122. 
Duweichat At Duweichat town
Kafr es-Sheikh
31 13 48N
30 49 07E
120m long x 1-2m high (1983)
583 CORONA images show a mound of  310 x 170m in 1968. DAI 1983 survey found modern cemetery above the SE quarter of the site, with brick factories on the west part. Three sherds noted, two Roman amphora necks and part of a Coptic vessel. Details P. Ballet & T. von der Way, MDAIK 49 (1993), 18 and Fig. 8, no. 57. Leclant and Clerc, Or. 69 (2000), 225; Schiestl 2010b, 4.
Ein, T el- E of Simbellawein 30 52 00N
31 39 05E
levelled to fields
345 Italian survey 1987-8: some Predynastic, ED and OK sherds found. On the map in Brink, NDIT, the location has been transposed with T Umm Zaiyat. SCA Unregistered site no.130008. SoE 1:25,000 series, 90/675; Chlodnicki and Fattovich in CRIPEL 14 (1992), 45-53; id., map in Brink, NDIT, 173. Also Brink, in MDAIK 43 (1986), 21. See Bull. GIECE 13, 24.
Emran, T E of Kafr es-Sheikh 31 06 59N
31 00 54E
290 x 230m
(2007)
91 A small residual mound, overbuilt by a village shows on satellite imagery of 2007. -
Esh, K el- NE of Fuwa 31 20 30N
30 41 58E
150 x 150m (1996)
464 Appears on SoE 1916 map and also on ESA 1996 map. The later map shows Islamic graves on top.  SoE 1:100,000 (1916); ESA 1996 map NH36-M2c.
Ezbet es Safih S of Alexandria 30 54 37N
29 56 40E
overbuilt
714 A village on a rectangular patch of land in an area reclaimed for cultivation, possibly on a levelled ancient mound. SCA Beheira register no. 100227.
Ezbet el Jizawi SE of El Abqaein 30 51 36N
30 23 53E
500 x 500m
(2002)
731 An extensive low mound, cut at the NE by lagoons for fish-farms. Some Roman ceramics noted by J. Trampier in 2007, who also gave a length of the mound at 105m, indicating a drastic loss since 2002. Completely levelled to fields by 2014. Unregistered.
Ezbet el Naggar N of Kom Firin 30 52 33N
30 29 43E
170 x 120m
732 Visited by J. Trampier in 2007. A small mound covered by a modern cemetery. Traces of ancient brick walls. Roman and medieval pottery. Unregistered.
Ezbet Fadil el Zawahriya, T 9km E of San el Hagar 30 58 01N
31 59 02E
levelled to fields
649 The site is now all cultivated fields. SCA Sharqiya register 13060015.
Ezbet et Tell - - - - see Kufur Nigm -
Ezbet Helmi 800m W of Avaris 30 47 20N
31 48 48E
cultivated
579 Formerly called Tell el-Qirqafa. Major  excavations by Austrian Archaeological Institute. Details SoE 1:25,000 series, 89/690. Much bibliography - see publications of Austrian Archaeological Institute.
Fadadna, El- 2km WNW of Faqus 30 44 23N
31 45 16E
125 x 100 x 5m (1987)
505 Included in Amsterdam University survey and noted as being overbuilt by a modern cemetery. Third Intermediate Period sherds collected. Brink, MDAIK 43 (1986), 7ff.
Fagi, T near Kafr Saqr 30 45 31N
31 36 11E
200x 120m
(2006)
588 The south mound at Kufr Nigm. Amsterdam University Survey of 1984-5 noted  Early Dynastic sherds. Site part levelled to agriculture with remainder at high risk. SCA Sharqiya register 13170106. Brink, in MDAIK 43 (1986), 20, 23.
Farain, T el- NE of Desuq 31 11 44N
30 44 32E
1000 x 1000m
4 Major site not part of this survey

Ancient Buto. Under major research by the German Archaeological Institute. A regional survey around Buto was commenced in 2010 by Robert Schiestl. Among the numerous sites examined within the survey area are both extant mounds and erased sites.

SCA Kafr es-Sheikh register no. 090134, with northern part as Kom ed Dahab (ii), no. 090171. SoE 1:100,000 (1916); ESA 1996 map NH36-M2a. See Egyptian Archaeology 47 (Autumn 2015), 35. Click here for more bibliography: Farain
Farag, K el- - - - - see Hanash (400) -
Faranah, T el- 10km NE of Minshat Abu Omar 30 58 26N
32 05 35E
950 x 550m
(2005)
destroyed 2011
655 Remains of a mound, cut to a triangular shape by the advance of agriculture and fish farm lagoons. Covered in test-pits in 2010 and wholly replaced by fish farm pools by 2011. Details SCA Sharqiya register 13060040.
Faras, T el- - - - - See Geziret el-Faras (351) -
Farasha, T - - - - see Maghud (353) -
Fargala, K S of Kafr ed-Dauwar 30 58 38N
30 07 51E
levelled
411 Reduced to a small area of flat land with a few modern buildings on it. SCA Beheira register no. 100228. SoE 1:100,000 (1916).
Farkha, T el- E of Simbellawein, at Ghazala 30 52 30N
31 36 05E
400 x 120m
(2006)
334 Worked by Italian CSRL-Venice mission (Fattovich) 1988-9 and since by an expedition of the Jagiellonian University and Poznan Archaeological Museum. Four levels from Late Predynastic to early OK. Details SCA Daqahliya - Dameitta register no. 050307 (location marked erroneously as 050308 on SCA map). SoE 1:25,000 series, 90/660.
Farshut, K S of Abu Hummus 31 03 08N
30 18 09E
overbuilt
384 Site overbuilt by a town and a modern cemetery.  SoE 1:100,000 (1916).
Farun, T at Husseiniya 30 51 36N
31 54 38E
overbuilt
187 Ancient Imet and Petrie's T Nebesha. Much of mound overbuilt by expanding town of El-Husseiniya. Excavations by SCA and from 2015 by Liverpool University. Details and photos SCA Sharqiya register 13060043. Map of SoE 1:25,000 series, sheet 90/690; also appears on all other scale old SoE maps and on the 1:50,000 ESA map of 1996.
Fauziya, T 5.5km SW of Kafr Saqr 30 45 15N
31 35 04E
levelled
557 Amsterdam University survey 1984-5. Site founded on a gezira and formerly known as Tell Taradiya. Tested by Abdel Haqq and Magdi Saad Salib, SCA Inspectors, in 1980-1 then given over for agriculture. Details SCA Unregistered site no. 130016. SoE 1:25,000 series, 89/660; Brink, MDAIK 43 (1986), 7ff. 
Filus, K el- Near L Burullos 31 23 40N
30 56 07E
160 x 120m
(2007)
destroyed 2013
261 CORONA imagery shows the mound 300m in length in 1967. A square area of the mound was present in 2007 among the many fish-farms being created. There was a smaller mound in a lagoon west of the main area, no doubt once part of the site. Sold off and completely replaced by fish farm lagoons by 2013. Details SCA Kafr es-Sheikh register no. 090135.
Firan, T el- 4km SE of Minshat Abu Omar 30 52 54N
32 03 18E
450 x 140m
(2005)
656 Remains of a small mound, isolated between two canals. SW end clear, N end overbuilt by a few houses. SCA Sharqiya register 13060042.
Firin, K 10km WSW of Naukratis 30 51 52N
30 29 20E
1150 x 600m
(2006)
294 A large and important site of 1600 x 800m in Petrie’s day and still substantial when reported by Edgar in 1911. Neal Spencer began survey and excavation in 2002 for the British Museum. Details and photos SCA Beheira register no. 100260. PM IV, 50-1; Edgar, ASAE 11 (1911), 277; Coulson, COD, I, 70-73, figs. 33-36; id. JARCE 19 (1982), 79ff. On sketch map by Coulson, in Brink, Archaeology of the Nile Delta, 260.
Fuqa, K el- Near L Burullos 31 22 07N
30 46 59E
472 x 458 x 7.52m (2003)
254 The site is a large sprawling tell, with soft dirt on the top surface in most areas and gently sloping sides. Mapped and described in 2003 by a team led by Penny Wilson. Details SCA Kafr es-Sheikh register no. 090107. See Wilson, P. and Spencer, N., “Ancient sites of Beheira and Kafr es-Sheikh”, in EA 24 (Spring 2004), 10-11. Wilson, P., The West Delta Regional Survey, Beheira and Kafr el-Sheikh Provinces, 233-6, 437-41.
Gabbara, T Just E of El-Sura 30 49 08N
31 43 46E
160 x 140m
(2005)
685 A small mound in the cultivation, clear of overbuilding and crossed by a few tracks. SCA Sharqiya register 13130072
See Rampersand, S.R., "Introducing Tell Gabbara: New evidence for Early Dynastic settlement in the eastern Delta", JEA 94, 95-106.
Gadiya, T el- N of T Moqdam 30 41 33N
31 21 17E
160 x 65 x 1m high
510 Once part of T Moqdam, now an isolated small mound. Details and photo Listed in Koms à Sebakh:12.
Galagal, T Between Baltim and Kafr es-Sheikh
?
?
468 SCA dig 1983-4: Roman amphorae found. Leclant and Clerc, Orientalia 55 (1986), 344.
Galbat, K S of Abu Hummus 31 01 59N
30 19 17E
overbuilt
707 Site of a once substantial mound, levelled and overbuilt by a village, with a small modern cemetery on a high area within it. SCA Beheira register no. 100172.
Gamus, T el- N of Mehalla el-Kubra 31 08 03N
31 08 44E
200 x 220m
87 Same as Tell el Alamiya of SCA Kafr es-Sheikh register. A substantial mound with a modern cemetery on the top. CORONA images show that in 1967 the mound was clear of overbuilding. Details SoE 1:100,000 map (1916).
SCA Kafr es-Sheikh register no. 090132
Gamus, T el- N of Biyala 31 16 37N
31 13 15E
levelled
107 Local residents in Kom Sheikh el-Arab said in 1997 that the nearby village called Tell el-Gamus was built over the levelled site. CORONA images show a small mound on the west side of a village in the 1960s. Now (2017) a modern cemetery. -
Ganadi, K 2km N of Abu Hummus 31 07 02N
30 18 42E
140 x 50 x 2m (2004)
617 Shown only as a small village of "Ezbet Kom Tell Ganadi" on SoE 1:100,000 (1916) map. The site is under a cemetery. Visited by Penny Wilson for the Survey in 2004. Details and photos SCA Beheira register no. 100137. SoE 1:100,000 (1916). Wilson, P., The West Delta Regional Survey, Beheira and Kafr el-Sheikh Provinces, 136-7, 359-61.
Ganayin, K el- NE of Kafr es-Sheikh 31 13 00N
31 01 24E
350 x 150m
98 A long, low mound surrounded by cultivated fields, but clear of modern structures. Details and photos SCA Kafr es-Sheikh register no. 090166 (as Farsh el Ganayin). On SoE 1:100,000 map (1916). See Spencer, A.J. 2016, The Delta Survey 2009-2015, EES, London, 30.
Garad, K el- Near L Burullos 31 19 42N
30 54 02E
200 x 170m
(2007)
264 Satellite imagery (2007) shows a small mound surrounded by cultivation. SCA Kafr es-Sheikh register no. 090116.
Garad, T el- W of Bilbeis 30 23 10N
31 26 30E
destroyed
55 Only fields and a town exist at this location. -
Gardiya, K el- S of Abu Hummus 31 04 10N
30 19 20E
destroyed
382 SCA Beheira register places a site Abu Ismail here, under their no. 100101. Only fields and a village appear on satellite imagery. SoE 1:100,000 (1916).
Garif, K el- NW of Biyala 31 16 08N
31 04 12E
destroyed
101
Overbuilt by a sugar factory. SoE 1:100,000 (1916).
Garir, T or K 8km NW of Kafr Saqr 30 50 05N
31 42 10E
destroyed
 492 Described in 1901 as "a long mound of sebakh of no importance.' This sounds like alluvial mud deposited by a Nile branch rather than an archaeological mound. Now cultivated fields. Foucart, in ASAE 2, 59.

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