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  Beni Hassan
Beni Hassan in itself is a modest little village, but in the limestone cliffs over it, 39 tombs from the Middle Kingdom are located.
The wall paintings here are most interesting in the respect that they show everyday scenes from the Middle Kingdom, with harvests of wine grapes and papyrus, as well as pleasures of music and dancing.
There is nothing of hotels and restaurants in Beni Hassan, these things are best done in Minya.
i-cias.com /egypt/beni_hassan.htm   (336 words)

  
  Beni Hassan
Beni Hassan in itself is a modest little village, but in the limestone cliffs over it, 39 tombs from the Middle Kingdom are located.
The wall paintings here are most interesting in the respect that they show everyday scenes from the Middle Kingdom, with harvests of wine grapes and papyrus, as well as pleasures of music and dancing.
There is nothing of hotels and restaurants in Beni Hassan, these things are best done in Minya.
lexicorient.com /egypt/beni_hassan.htm   (336 words)

  
  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Beni Hassan   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Beni Hassan is a Bedouin group, one of several Yemeni tribes who emigrated to northwest Africa and present-day Western Sahara in the Middle Ages.
Beni Hassan in itself is a modest little village, but in the limestone cliffs over it, 39 tombs from the Middle Kingdom are located.
The descendants of Beni Hassan warriors became the upper stratum of Moorish society.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Beni-Hassan   (410 words)

  
 Beni Hassan - Middle Egypt Cult Center of the Egyptian Gods - Pakhet the lion-headed god of war and desert.
Beni Hassan - Middle Egypt Cult Center of the Egyptian Gods - Pakhet the lion-headed god of war and desert.
Pakhet was a merged form of Bast and Sekhmet.
A large underground shrine was built by Hatshepsut for Pakhet at Beni Hassan and mummified cats have been found buried there.
www.egyptpyramidhistory.com /egyptian_cults/beni_hasn.htm   (305 words)

  
 Beni Mellal
Grâce à sa situation géographique privilégiée, à mi-chemin entre Fès et Marrakech, Beni Mellal est devenue une ville-escale pour les touristes.
Elle était située à peu près à l’emplacement de l’actuelle Beni Mellal.
A Beni Mellal, prenez la route, qui passe par Ouled M’Barek et le sommet et vous aurez des vues magnifiques sur le barrage.
www.voyagemaroc.da.ru /BeniMellal.html   (933 words)

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