Dating back to the Middle Kingdom, the Temple of Montu was dedicated to god Montu. In the Eighteenth Dynasty, some additions were annexed to the temple. Nowadays, the existing temple dates back to the Greco-Roman Era. The triad of the temple consists of Montu, Rat-tawy and Harpocrates. Still retaining its dock, the temple includes a sacred lake, underneath which were discovered pottery and other monuments from the Middle Kingdom. On its walls, several traditional scenes have survived.
Cemetery 6 in Nekhen
Testimonies are available of a tomb (now lost) called 'Tomb 100'. It was a Pre-Dynastic tomb of great significance. That is because on its wall murals are pictured animals, birds, horned beasts, warriors with bucklers, scenes of hunting and the mastery of animals, fights between small groups of men,