The Mausoleum of Belevi was situated in the western part of the Caysrtos valley, 14 km northeast of Ephesus. It is a two-storey grave-monument, formed by a high pedestal including a burial-chamber and an upper level, with a rectangular cella-like hypaethral building surrounded by a peristastis. It was constructed in the late 4th or early 3rd cent. BC. At the date of its abandonment the monument was used as quarry; its intensive exhaustion started during the 6th century A.D.