The reconsideration of granite fragments unearthed by Petrie at Tell Farʿun / Nebesheh allows us to clarify the attribution of the small temple of the ancient town of Imet. Their identification to two door-jambs confirms the first impression that could give the field, namely that the small temple is not the place of worship of Wadjet of Imet, the main deity, but the one of Min. The date of the construction of this temple, given by a foundation deposit of Amasis (26th dyn.), coincides with the date of the apparition of Min of Imet in the documentation.