Iron Age archaeological site of a Late Hittite (or Neo-Hittite) rock-relief monument and cult place in south-central Anatolia (modern Turkey, province of Konya, immediately south-east of the modern town of Eregli). The rock relief depicts the late 8th c. BC Tabalian king Warpalawas and the Storm-God Tarhunzas and is accompanied with a hieroglyphic Luwian inscription.