One of the Phrygian rock tomb chambers, Aslantaş stood on both sides of the door cavity on the front of the rock tomb chamber, and there were two lions under their feet. The mass resembling the tree of life above the door and the winged solar course lying on both sides were made as relief. The burial chamber, with a light vault ceiling, has a small cell on the left side with cedar to lay the dead. Aslantaş is the tomb of an important Phrygian king. It is believed to have been built in the 7th century. B.C. It is said to belong to the 13th century by the new investigations.