The Tombs north of The Royal Tombs The Tombs on this page are located along the side of Jebel el-Kubtha, and are found north of the Royal Tombs. The Sextius Florenthinus Tomb, built for the Roman Governor of the Province of Arabia between 126 and 130 AD, with a Latin inscription carved on the lower architrave of the facade. The Sextius Florenthinus Tomb: This tomb is dedicated to him by his son. The arch on the top is topped by an eagle and is decorated with a gorgon's head surrounded by vines. As you progress north you come to the opening of the small siq. If you enter this, it s a fascinating scramble to take, but should not be taken by the faint of heart, or during the rainy season.