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Kom Firin, a large settlement site in the western Nile Delta, was the subject of British Museum archaeological fieldwork between 2002 and 2011. This second and final monograph presents the results of excavations in the Citadel, an area of Late Period occupation, and within the northeastern corner of the Ramesside enclosure, along with artefact and ceramic assemblages from both areas. Further chapters are dedicated to the Ramesside enclosure, the later temple temenoi, faunal remains from the excavations and the ancient landscape. A final chapter considers the modern context in which this fieldwork took place and the attitudes of inhabitants to the ancient remains.