In around 48 BCE, Klaudios, an Alexandria visitor to the Festival of Sekhmet in Yamu, travelled to the ruins while attempting to flee from Ebio, a villager who attempted to to coerce money from him. Sometime there after, he was found atop a column of the partially submerged ruin by the Medjay, Bayek of Siwa, whom Ebio sent to locate him.
While on the island, Bayek also investigated a bloodied ritual site, conducted sometime prior. escorting Klaudios back to Yamu. Havig completed his investigation, he escorted Klaudios back to Yamu.