Around 48 BCE, the ruins were visited by the Medjay Bayek of Siwa, who was tracking a member of the Order of the Ancients: Khaliset. Khaliset was conducting rituals in the vault, convinced that with the ancient symbols and silica-powered-pedestal, she would be enabled to resurrect her beloved daughter, Eshe.
While investigating the ruin to understand what Khaliset was up to, Bayek activated the vault's pedestal. This started a recording made by the Khufu messenger, ninety-five days after the Great Catastrophe, and intended for Layla Hassan, who is 2017, was reliving Bayek's genetic memories.
- Khesesh Em Sesh Em Eeneb is a romanised version of the Egyptian (xasaX) (m) (sax) (m) (inb), meaning Stars and Uraeus and the Palace Wall.