From the Penny Wilson report:

The site is 100m west to east and 80m north to south, and it stands 2.75m above the level of the surrounding area. (Note: these dimensions show a reduction since those of 2006). Surrounded by embankments of fish-farms + red bricks & pottery. A few red brick built features were visible. Roman finewares: African Red Slip Ware and Cypriot Red Slip Ware, with cooking vessels, LR1 amphorae and imported amphorae. There were some few glazed wares suggesting that the site went on into the 10th century. There were also a number of corroded small bronze coins and other bronze objects. For a map of the site, click here.


Left: View of Kom Ritabi.  Right: Late Roman pottery at the site (P.Wilson)