- The site is known to have been the elite necropolis of Memphis with the earliest inscribed stone found here dating to Narmer's reign with the earliest elite tombs dating to the reign of Aha.
- Tomb 64, burial of Nubnebti A
- Tomb S214E, burial of Syhefernerer
- Tomb 3357, built by Aha for a high official.
- Tomb S3477, burial of an old woman with a badly deformed jaw c.60yrs old
- Tomb S3503, burial of official of Merneith.
- Tomb S3504, burial of Sekhemkasedj.
- Tomb S3507, burial of Herneith .
- Tomb of Nedjemib.
- Tomb LS6 of Metjen.
- Letter to the Dead for Ankhiry (Nineteenth Dynasty).
- Year Label dating to the reign of Djer showing the ritual of Human Sacrifice.
- Jar stopper bearing the Serekh of Den.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Wilkinson, T, A, H. (2001) Early Dynastic Egypt London: Routledge. ISBN 0-415-26011-6.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Dodson, A & Hilton, D. (2005) The Complete Royal Families of Ancient Egypt London: Thames & Hudson. ISBN 9774249577
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Tyldesley, J. (2006) The Complete Queens of Egypt Cairo: American University Press.
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Rosalind, M. and Janssen, J.J. (1996) Getting Old in Ancient Egypt London: Rubicon Press.
- ↑ Clayton, P.A (2001) Chronicles of the Pharaohs London: Thames & Hudson.
- ↑ Amiran, R. (1974) An Egyptian Jar Fragment with the Name of Narmer from Arad Israel Exploration Journal. Vol.24 No.1 pp.4-12
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