The excavations at the palace of the Kayseri Keykubadiye Palaces of the Anatolian Seljuk Empire have been carried out since 2015 by a team headed by Prof. Dr. Ali Baş on behalf of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism and Selcuk University. Various findings were obtained during the drilling work conducted in 2014 and excavations at 2015, 2016, 2017 in the year, respectively. The examples of pipes, brick and tandoor are our research topics from these findings. The examination of the aforementioned findings is important in terms of giving information about the palace architecture and the palace life of the period. In our article, which is a common study, the pipes Ezgi Temekoğlu, the bricks are Yunus Aslan, and tandoors were examined by Mevlüt Anil Fidan
Keywords: Keykubadiye Palace, Kayseri, Anatolia Of Seljuks State, Pipes, Brick, Tandoor.