The rectangular temple is built of huge blocks of local sandstone in unequal sizes fitted together obliquely. The entrance to the south, topped by a large lintel, heads into a large passage opening onto seven roofed shrines in the northern wall.
Off the central passage to the east, a small corridor leads to a chamber the width of the temple, while on the western side are two small communicating rooms. There is a narrow passage in the southern wall on the east side which is entered through the façade. Caton – Thompson an archaeologist found a predominantly middle kingdom cemetery and a small settlement stone tools which referred that the temple must have been built in the middle kingdom.