(AEE Suersky in materials, in to-ing were mounds, Izv. Later under the name. Savinovsky repository) memory. Early Iron Age. Tyumen region., Uporovsk district. Located on Ave. Bank. Tobol between village. Bizova and Tyutrin. Math. from the XVIII century., when was first described by PS Pallas. Inst. AV and N.P.Matveevymi. The first descriptions contained information about the many mounds, at the time of the excavations there were 10.
TM was on plowed mane radical terraces. Earthen mounds, 0.1-0.8 m tall, with a diameter of approx. 20 m, formed unordered row along the floodplain, in the direction from north-east of in the southwest In 10 barrows found 33 different times burial of to-ryh authors single out a group of early excavations (III beginning. II century BC.) And late (first century AD.). Much h. Robbed graves.
Under the mounds were from one to six graves located within the site, surrounded by one or two closed polygonal moats. In c. was from 1 to 3 burials. In embankments bones of animals (horses, cows, sheep and goats), vessels or their fragments, Div. things. In a number of burial mounds in the u. h. cleared the remains of wooden floors, sometimes with traces of fire. Buried buried in an extended position on the back dec. orientation. Graves rectangular, sometimes with steps, niches or recesses in the bottom. In a number of graves found the remains of the pillar holes vnutrimogilnyh designs.
TM among memory. Rec. option Sargatskoe kult.-ist. community. Dates back to the range of the III. BC II-III centuries. BC
Lit .: Matveev AV, Matveeva NP Tyutrinsky burial // Sources ethno-cultural history Western Siberia. Tyumen, 1991.
Author: Koryakova LN