The excavations were sponsored by the Graeco-Roman branch and thus were concerned with recovering papyri from the Graeco-Roman period rather than objects or material from different time periods.
The excavation season lasted from December 3 to the begining of March and concented on the northern part of the site. Both literary and documentary papyri were found from all periods of the Graeco-Roman to the Late Antique period.
81 boxes of papyri were sent to Oxford for further study. Objects recovered include: small glass vessels, ostraca, a toy rattle, ivory carving, a rattle, mosaic glass, coins, tolkens, dice, beads, amulets, reed pens, lamps, terracotta figurines, brushes, combs, and bronze, iron and wooden implements, basket, and socks.
A Byzantine carving of a male figure, a rattle, and a wooden horseman were retained by Cairo.
All the papyri was sent to Oxford for further study.
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