- 17.783215, 33.176479 (approx)
Source - https://www.protectedplanet.net/317310N Sinai Arch Sites Zone
The UNESCO description is useless - "The Mediterranean Coastal strip of North sinai stretching between the Suez canal and Ghaza as the most important land bridge linking Egypt and Canaan from predynastic times onward. The well-traveld high ways of the North sinai facilitated the military expeditions of the egyptian pharoes on their way to Canaan and Asia as well as the invoding arms of Persia, Greece and Rome."Wiki
states "a collection of important ancient sites between the Suez Canal and Gaza along the Mediterranean coast of Egypt
." and "in 2020, limestone cave decorated with scenes of animals such as donkeys, camels, deer, mule and mountain goats was uncovered in the area of Wadi Al-Zulma by the archaeological mission from the Tourism and Antiquities Ministry."
Unfortunately the site was added to the T LIst in 1994 so that 2020 discovery can't be directly relevant!
But this Web site
provides some direct evidence for 3 other locations - together with the assertion that the sites ARE part of the "N Sinai Archaeological sites zone" T List entry! A problem would seem to be that 2 of the sites are 16th C Islamic forts and only 1 (the first below) is described in terms which would seem to fit the UNESCO text - "Site History: First Millennium BC / Oldest Culture: Ancient Egyptians / Later Cultures: Nabataean + Roman / Site Features: Ancient Egyptian & Nabataean & Roman Monuments"
Ain al Qudairat Fort - 30.583332, 34.484166 ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tell_el-Qudeirat
Al-Arish Castle - 31.121844, 33.798333
An-Nekhel Fortress - 29.900415, 33.750742 ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/An-Nekhel_Fortress
. Another "worry" with this one is that this Fort was added to Egypt's T List in its own right in 2003!