The site consisted of the remains of a number of pits, identified by depressions in the ground.
Most were ransacked, severely decayed, or both. This tomb was found "barely one hundred meters from the Mer-Khent burial site" (Tomb A). It "had similarly escaped the notice of ancient searchers [and] yielded a sarcophagus and a certain number of pieces of its furniture"
adapted from Gayet-1902
Gayet-1902, pp. 43-5