In the sixth aliyah:
Binyamin's blessing: Shaul fighting against Moav and Edom, and Mordechai and Esther in the story of Purim.
Yakov says that his passing away is near, and requests that he be buried in the cave of Machpella, which Avrohom bought in parshas Chaya Sara. After that, Yakov passes away. The Egyptians weep for him 70 days because when Yakov arrived, blessing arrived with him (i. e. the famine ceased [Rashi]). Then a very great funeral procession consisting of all the elders of Egypt, besides Yakov's own family, went up to bury Yakov. Yakov's sons carried the coffin in the same arrangement that their tribes will later journey and camp in the desert.