The most celebrated tomb of Petra. The local Bedouins believed that the solid urn sculpted into the monument's facade was
actually hollow and contained treasure, that how the tomb got its name. They often fired bullets at the urn in
hopes of having the treasure spill out .
The tomb was constructed in the first century BC, and its the grandest tomb in Petra.
Due to its grandeur and the construction time it is believed that this is
the resting place of a great Nabatean king, possibly Aretas IV " He who Loves His People".