This limestone block was discovered at the Karakuyu village of Torbalı in İzmir province in 2007. It depicts the relief of a male figure holding a spear and carrying a bow but the surving piece shows only a part of the lower body of the figure. Dimentions of the block is about 1.3 meter in height and 1 meter in width although originnal must have been at least twice the current size. The right side of the block also has a rather damaged remains of a Luwian inscription, reading of which remains under discussion. The stele is currently in İzmir Archeological Museum.
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