On the E bank
of the Nile, 20 km S of Thebes. The Asiatic Deposit,
now in the Cairo Museum, was found here in the foundation of the temple. The ruins of the temple consist today
of a naos built by Sesostris I, a pronaos dedicated by
Euergites II to the falcon god Mont; and a Roman court
with four columns, a small central hall, and a chapel,
all three of which were dedicated by Antoninus Pius to
the goddess Tenenet.
Porter & Moss, Top. Bibl., V. Upper
(1937) 167-69; F. Bisson de la Roque,
Trésor de Tod
(1950; 1953); E. Brunner-Traut & V.