The rock tombs of Beni Hassan, Upper Egypt

The rock tombs of Beni Hassan

In the midway between Minya and Mallawi in the cliffs east of the Nile, there are many tombs (39) cut into the rock. Pharaonic necropolis of Beni Hassan dates to Anicient Egyptian Middle Kingdom (2050-1800 BC). Tombs of Beni Hassan are famous for the wrestling scenes.

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