The location of the cemetery is mentioned in the EEF site report as being near to Qamadir and was excavated for cartonnage, which was mostly poorly preserved.
- Taieba A is some distance south of the main cemetery and the graves range from the late dynastic, Roman and Coptic periods. Cartonnage recovered is mainly papyrus and of poor preservation.
- Taieba B and C are two early and distinct Ptolemaic cemeteries located high on a plateau to the north.
- Taieba D is located about half way between areas B, C and A, to the west.
Johnson, John de M. 1912. Graeco-Roman branch. Archaeological Report (Egypt Exploration Fund) (1911-1912), 12-16.