This was a site within an area of c.50m x 50m on the north side of the large shallow valley – the Khor Turkoman – which ran down to the river a little upstream of the Ambikol rapids. This was examined by Bengt Schönbäck in November 1967, who excavated a small test area c.15m x 5m which showed that the site consisted only of deflated surface remains.
The pottery was identifed as ‘Khartoum Neolithic’ (=’Khartoum Variant’) with impressed decoration, and sample included some rim sherds (this was identified as Fabric 1, Ware K.1). A sample of lithics was also collected. This material included chert, quatzite and some Egyptian flint and much local quartz, as well as some sandstone grinders.