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  Local tourists walking by Tomb Nş95, Jan 2011
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  • Local tourists walking by Tomb Nº95, Jan 2011 - Mada'in Salih
      Local tourists walking by Tomb Nş95, Jan 2011
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  • Tomb Nº94 from a distance, Jan 2011 - Mada'in Salih
      Tomb Nş94 from a distance, Jan 2011
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  • Tomb Nº95, Jan 2011 - Mada'in Salih
      Tomb Nş95, Jan 2011
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  • Tombs Nº95-93 from a distance, Jan 2011 - Mada'in Salih
      Tombs Nş95-93 from a distance, Jan 2011
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  • Double merlons of Tomb Nº95 - Mada'in Salih
      Double merlons of Tomb Nş95
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These two small tombs, Nş94 and 95, are carved around a bend in a rock outcrop in Jebel Khraymat. Nş94 was designed in the simple "Half-Merlons" style. Its façade has a short inscription stating that it was carved in the 17th year of the reign of King Malichus II, which is equivalent to 57 AD. It belonged to three brothers Abda, Aliel and Gaddu, and their mother, Ahakli bint Himyan. Tomb Nş95 is silent, with no inscription. It follows the Double Row of Merlons" style, with no other ornamentation apart from a simple frame around the doorway.

Address: Area "E": Tombs Nş94 & Nş95

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