Deir Tasa is a village located in the eastern side of the Nile, near Badari, in Assiut Governorate. At Mostagedda, Deir Tasa and Matmar there are small cemetery sites dating to the Amratian phase (Naqada I) of Predynastic culture. Pottery making at this place became much developed in terms of shape and decoration. Cups were made on the shape of lotus flowers. Hollow carvings were decorated with a material with a white color to make the decoration much more visible.