Aslantepe Tumulus (Turkish: Aslantepe Höyüğü), also spelled as Arslantepe, is a 5,000 year-old tumulus located in Malatya Province, Eastern Anatolia Region of Turkey. The unearthed king's palace is an open-air museum, while the artifacts are exhibited in Malatya Museum.
Aslantepe Tumulus is located near Orduzu village of Battalgazi district, 7 km (4.3 mi) northeast of Malatya. It dates back to Chalcolithic period and late Hittite period. Excavations started in 1932, and carried out by Italian archaeologists.
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