In the garden surrounding the museum building there is the usual collection of archaeological bric-a-brac, some would shine in a museum in a country with less finds (from, in particular, Roman times), but most are damaged. They are, it seems, from Roman, Karamanoğlu or Ottoman times.
Byzantine stone carving, representing an ornamented cross (but the relief is put upside down). C. 10th century AD.
Correspondent: J.M.Criel, Antwerpen.