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Cherny Yar On Ilek River

Burial mounds in natural boundary Cherny Yar 

Sarmatian burial mounds on the crest of floodplain terraces of Ilek river, 3.3 km East of the Tamar-Utkul village, in the natural boundary Cherny (Black) yar (steep precipice). In the cemetery there are more than 50 burial mounds 0.15-3 m in height, which stretch along the crest of a kind of chain of hills. Excavations in the cemetery were conducted in 1956, 1984, 1987. Only 14 have been excavated, which were given a variety of material from the Bronze Age to the Middle Ages.

Copyright: Metik Sergey
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 30000x15000
Taken: 28/09/2014
Uploaded: 29/09/2014
Updated: 06/01/2019


Tags: sarmatian; burial mound; nature; landscape; tamar-utkul; sol-iletsk; orenburg region; ilek
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