Arslantepe Gate Lion
Gate lion from the left of the inner gate of the Lion Gate at Arslantepe. It is is cut from a white limestone orthostat slab. It was found in situ, with the head broken. On the upper right corner of the slab, above the lion is a 6-sign, incised hieroglyphic Luwian inscription which gives the name of King Halpasulupi (see Lion Hunt orthostat). It may be dated to the 11th-10th centuries BCE. Currently in Anatolian Civilizations Museum, Ankara.