Menet is a commune in the Cantal department in south-central France.
The village is noteworthy for its twelfth century Romanesque Church of St Peter, and for its small lake.
Menet was an Ancient Egyptianking's daughter living in the Twelfth Dynasty most likely under the kings Senusret III and Amenemhat III. Menet had the titles king's daughter and the one united with the white crown ( Khenemetneferhedjet). She is only known from her sarcophagus and burial in a gallery tomb buried with other members of the royal family next to the pyramid of Senusret III at Dahshur. From the position of the tomb it seems likely that she was the daughter of the latter king.