The Tomb and Complex of Melike Mama Hatun Located in Tercan Village, 20 km from Erzincan, the Tomb and Complex of Melike Mama Hatun is a Saltukid dynasty monument from the 13th century. The portal inscription credits the construction to a master builder from Ahlat, Abu’n-Nema son of Mufaddal al-Ahwal, but the date of construction is unknown. The complex includes a monumental tomb, caravanserai, and bath situated in the town center, surrounded by a circular enclosure with unique architectural features. The exterior of the door is decorated with Arabic calligraphy, while muqarnas capitals on the inside feature Quranic verses in kufic script and shapes representing Prophet Muhammad and four caliphs. The artist's name is inscribed at the center bottom. The two-story tomb has a square base with rounded corners on a raised center area, topped by an eight-lobe roof. Access to both floors is through doorways in the south, with a few steps leading to the upper floor and an arch doorway with an empty plaque. The tomb is adorned with geometric bands, vegetal decorations, and kufic calligraphy, including a striking ornament of a bunch of grapes above the left window niche.