North of the Taşgedik Village ca 40 km west of Karakush and ca 87 km NW of ancient Perre was cut into the rock the tomb of Kommagene aristocraic family, called "Haydaran Relief". It depicts man and woomean looking at each other. Between their heads the crescent and star were placed. The grave date back to the last quarter of the I century BC.
- Mehmet Kemal Dedeman, Araştıma ve Geliştirme Proje Yarışması 2004, p. 53
- Miguel John Versluys, Visual Style and Constructing Identity in the Hellenistic World: Nemrud Dagi and Commagene under Antiochos I, Cambridge University Press 2017, pp. 91, 106, 137
- Herman Brijder, Nemrud Dagi: Recent Archaeological Research and Preservation and Restoration Activities in the Tomb Sanctuary on Mount Nemrud, Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG, 2014, pp. 213-214