Around 48 BCE, the ruins were visited by the Medjay Bayek of Siwa, who was tracking a member of the Order of the Ancients: Khaliset. Khaliset was conducting rituals in the vault, convinced that with the ancient symbols and silica-powered-pedestal, she would be enabled to resurrect her beloved daughter, Eshe.
While investigating the ruin to understand what Khaliset was up to, Bayek activated the vault's pedestal. This started a recording made by the Khufu messenger, ninety-five days after the Great Catastrophe, and intended for Layla Hassan, who is 2017, was reliving Bayek's genetic memories.
In 46 BCE, a priest named Menkhtu wore the mask of his former master, the Ibis of the Ancients, and entered the ruins eager to gain the ancient power within to conquer Egypt. Since he didn't know how to activate the pedestal, he had to transfer this anger to the Hidden Ones who had followed him to try to stop him. But Menkhtu was defeated and his true identity revealed by the Hidden Ones.
- Khesesh Em Sesh Em Eeneb is a romanised version of the Egyptian (xasaX) (m) (sax) (m) (inb), meaning Stars and Uraeus and the Palace Wall.