Neal Spencer reported the site has gently undulating sandy surface with patches of grass and thorn. Bounded to S and W by irrigation canals, with modern tracks running N-S across western and eastern edges of site. Sizeable village at NW corner. Southern area features almost no surface pottery (only 1 unglazed black sherd seen). Parts of middle bare of vegetation. Elevated areas at SW and NW with coarse red silt ware sherds and a few finer wares of Late Period to Ptolemaic. Possible location of previous excavations on west, with open sections showing mud-brick structures. No fired brick seen on site. Ashes and burnt human bones in open sections. Several large limestone fragments noted and also a siltstone mortar.

Wilson, P., The West Delta Regional Survey, Beheira and Kafr el-Sheikh Provinces, 190-1.