|Location||Batna Province, Algeria|
|Coordinates||35°42′26″N 6°26′04″E / 35.70722°N 6.43444°ECoordinates: 35°42′26″N 6°26′04″E / 35.70722°N 6.43444°E|
Madghacen (Berber languages: imedɣasen), also spelled Medracen or Medghassen or Medrassen or Madghis is a royal mausoleum-temple of the Berber Numidian Kings which stands near Batna city in Aurasius Mons in Numidia, Algeria.
Madghis was a king of independent kingdoms of the Numidia, between 300 and 200 BC Near the time of neighbor King Masinissa and their earliest Roman contacts. Ibn Khaldun said: Madghis is an ancestor of the Berbers of the branch Botr Zenata, Banu Ifran, Maghrawa (Aimgharen), Marinid, Ziyyanid, and Wattasid.
As ICOMOS noted in their 2006/2007 Heritage at Risk report, the mausoleum has become "the victim of major 'repair work' without respect for the value of th[e] monument and its authenticity."