Qaw El Kebir is now a small village in the governorate of Sohag, in Upper Egypt. In ancient times, its name was Tjebu and it had an ancient city dating back to the Middle Kingdom. In the Greco-Roman Period, its name was ‘Antaeopolis’. Qaw El Kebir archeological site has many cemeteries of officials of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Dynasties with some well-preserved paintings. Additionally, on its land there was a Ptolemaic temple that was dedicated to Antiwey and Nephthys but it was destroyed in the 19th century.