The so–called Tomb of Annas is a richly decorated tomb from the Second Temple Period that is situated on the southern slope of the Hinnom Valley, very close to where it joins the Kidron Valley. The interior of this tomb is probably the most richly decorated of all the tombs from the Second Temple Period in Jerusalem. The Ritmeyers have argued (in detail) that it is the tomb of the important High Priest Annas (AD 6–15; Luke 3:2; John 18:13, 24, and Acts 4:6; reference below).
Looking north from the entrance of the tomb it is possible to see the Temple Mount—where the High Priest Annas, and his successors, served.
For a complete discussion of this tomb plus a possible reconstruction see Ritmeyer, Leen and Kathleen Ritmeyer. “Akeldama: Potter's Field or High Priest's Tomb?" Biblical Archaeology Review 20 (1994): 23-35, 76, 78.