Similar tombs have also been found at Ein el-Ghuweir, 17 of which have been excavated. These held the remains of 13 men and 6 women. See Pesach Bar Adon, “Another Settlement of the Judean Desert Sect at ‘Ein el-Ghuweir on the Shores of the Dead Sea,” Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 225 (1977), p. 2. At Hiam El-Sagha, in the Judean Desert, some 20 shaft tombs were surveyed, 2 of which were excavated. See Hanan Eshel and Zvi Greenhut, “Hiam El-Sagha: A Cemetery of the Qumran Type, Judean Desert,” Revue biblique 100–102 (1993), p. 252.