Two votive monuments, one to the goddess (Meter) Tetraprosopos, the other to Hekate, were photographed by Ballance in 1956 at Çalköy (now Zafertepe). Along with its two neighbours Allıören and Keçiller (now Yeşilyurt), Çalköy lies in a small upland plain in the eastern foothills of Mt Dindymos (Murat Dağı), separated by the ridge of the Kozkavak Dağ from the territory of Appia to the north. A handful of other ancient monuments are known from Çalköy and neighbouring villages; no ancient name can be attached to the plain with certainty.
List of monuments from the Upper Tembris Valley
1. TIB Phrygien 218, s.v. Çalköy; MAMA X, p. xv; Drew-Bear 1980a: 943-4 (Allıören). Monuments from Çalköy: MAMA VI 275, 285 (Waelkens 1986: 119, no. 285); MAMA X 156. From Allıören and Keçiller: MAMA X 151-5.
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