The site is located on the left bank of the river Irtysh and separated from the river by a large floodplain. Total area of the excavated site is 2154 m2. In general, three cultural layers of different times can be distinguished on the site.
In total, 3071 stone artefacts were found on the site. Among them there are cores, core flakes, blades, and flakes. Light siliceous rock, quartzite and jasper rocks were mainly used for manufacturing the items.
The collection of bone artifacts includes 34 pcs. They are close to each other typologically and by manufacturing technique. Bone inventory divides on four groups: insert daggers or spear tips, knives; household items; decorations; unknown items.
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