Visited by Penny Wilson for EES in 2005: 

'Kom Sebah itself is situated on a small mound, about 2-3m above the fields at its highest part. It is difficult to see the mound because of the densely packed houses, but in some wall foundation ditches and the irrigation channels there was a good amount of pottery. Some sherds were collected for study. The whole complex is about 230m north-south by about 80m east-west. The two villages are being rebuilt in concrete, so the remains of the mound will soon be invisible.' 

Photographs from a larger collection taken by Penny Wilson in 2005: