The Shathouse (Mean English: Al-Khazneh, Arabish: الخزنة) is one of the most in the Arabish Natabeish Kingdom stead of . Like the other buildings in the stead, the Shathouse was carved out from a sandstone . It was built by the Nabateish in the times of the Romish Rich and so has a Greek-swayed framework. Its building began around H1 as a and . Its name as "Shathouse" comes from a folktale that theives or hid their haul in a stone on the . The building gained much of its bremeness after showing up in the folkly 1989 film Indiana Jones and the Last , in which its foreside stood for the ingoing to the last resting of the Holy .