Typical for this area are gravestones in the form of door, symbolizing the entrance to the underworld. A lot of these are on display near the temple. Most of them are from the second century AD and on inscription mainly mention the deceased and the founders of the stone. Symbols indicate who was remembered: eagles, lions, bulls for men for instance.
On the picture: Detail of a double gravestone, for a man and his wife. The space above the right ‘door’ is decorated with an eagle (a male symbol). On the left side of the picture, a glimpse of a mirror and a basket, filled with wool are visible; they are female symbols and adorn the space above the woman’s door.
Such double gravestones are rather uncommon in Anatolia, and seem to fit in a late-Phrygian tradition.
Correspondent: J.M.Criel, Antwerpen.
Source: (amongst others) Wikipedia.