There is a report on-line that 'Greek scriptures' have been discovered during an excavation of the Agora at Smyrna (see here).
"Following long stages of expropriaton and demolition work held by the İzmir Metropolitan Municipality, the Agora excavations continue to reveal new findings, such as Greek scriptures and drawings from Roman times."
This is so implausible that it is crying out for a conjectural emendation: "Greek graffiti" are surely what is meant (up-dated in light of the comments). This makes better sense of the second occurrence:
"Some scriptures written in Greek as well as some drawings pertaining to the Roman and Hellenistic times are expected to give clues about the daily life at the time."
For further discussion of this graffiti see Ben Witherington's report from SBL (up-dated from the comments)
[Probably a translation error: what is the Turkish?]