After leaving the settlements at Gilf Kebir, the expedition sought to answer the question whether the rock drawings and paintings were related to the Saharan culture. A pot with holes for suspending it from poles, and the remains of the poles was found, a storage system known from the wall paintings.
Bagnold, R.A.; Myers, O.H.; Peel, R.F. ; Winkler, H.A.: An Expedition to the Gilf Kebir and 'Uweinat, 1938. In: The Geographic Journal. Band 93, Nr. 4, 1939, 281–313.