Konya Archeological Museum is a state archeological gallery in Konya, Turkey. Built up in 1901, it had been moved twice before moving to its present area in 1962. A standout amongst the most noticeable shows in the historical center is of sarcophagi and different artifacts from the antiquated city of Catalhoyuk. Different displays identify with the Neolithic, Bronze Age old-Bronze and mid-Bronze periods, Iron Age Phrygian and Urartu, Classical, Hellenistic, Roman and the Byzantine time frames; curios comprise of clay product, stone and bronze products, trimmings and engravings.
A noticeable show is of a marble sarcophagus of the third century BC with expand chiseling occasions portraying the life of Hercules. In the external open yard of the exhibition hall, there are ious little models, sarcophagi, section heads, and epigraphy. The historical center was built up in 1901 of every one corner of the Karma Secondary School. It was moved in 1927 to the Mevlana Museum and to the Iplikci Mosque in 1953. The historical center revived in another working at the present area in 1962.
It is arranged in the inside of Konya city, drawn closer by restricted paths, and is on the Sahip Ata Caddesi. Konya Archeological Museum is one of the eight galleries possessed by the state in Konya. The exhibition hall has engravings gathered from areas inside the city, and adjacent regions; these comprise of 231 engravings in Greek of which 91 are from Konya and the rest are from different places in the region. Furthermore, there 10 engravings in Latin.