Dromos Burials of Tasmola Culture in Central Kazakhstan

@article{Beisenov2016DromosBO,
  title={Dromos Burials of Tasmola Culture in Central Kazakhstan},
  author={Arman Z Beisenov and D. B. Duisenbay and Islam K. Akhiyarov and Gulzada Sargizova},
  journal={The Anthropologist},
  year={2016},
  volume={26},
  pages={25 - 33}
}
Abstract Based on the archeological materials, specialists have concluded that, in the age of Saka, a large Tasmola,historical and cultural community existed on the territory of Central, North Kazakhstan and steppe part of the southernUral. The core of this community was the tribes living in Central Kazakhstan. The Tasmola culture was revealed bymaterials of 1950-1960, was localized at that region. Over the last 15 years, the authors have been obtaining new dataon peculiarities of the tombs… Expand
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