This article consists of the study of a foot shaped stamp seal and three pieces of Depas Amphikypellon findingswhich were discovered during the Suluca Höyük excavations but haven’t been published. Suluca Karahöyük whichis located in Central Cappadocia (in Halys curve) has close relationships with Western Anatolia and Aegean Worldas well as Central Anatolian cultures in terms of its location. Two of the Suluca Karahöyük Depas belongs to agroup observed after Troia IIg according to type definition of Christian Podzuweit and its existence continued inTroia III layer. Current findings have contributed to the increase in the number of types. Especially the distributionand types in Central Anatolia have shown that they were produced locally in different centers in the inner parts aswell as in Kültepe types. The last depas is similar to the type of the Pisidia. However ware properties are closerto local groups. The foot shaped stamp seal made from terracotta is dated to the end of EBA II and mid of EBA IIIaccording to finding locations and it is in accordance with routes of “Great Caravan Road” frame of which drawnby Turan Efe. However, they consist of only a few examples between the Syrian-Cilicia region and the North Aegean.