National Geographic : 1935 Feb
THE ROSE-RED CITY OF ROCK © National Geographic Society Finlay Photograph by G. E . Matson EL KHAZNA GLOWS IN EVER-CHANGING HUES, A CAMEO CUT IN A CLIFF Pharaoh's Treasury, it has been called; and Arab tribesmen, seeking spoil, have scarred the urn or jar at the top with bullets, hoping to split it and obtain the riches it is supposed to conceal. Within, it has one large central room and two small side chambers, not connected by interior doors. Nine figures are carved into the front of the upper story. This temple to an unknown god is the finest of the Petra monuments.