The burial was discovered in 1953 near Novaya Shishkovka district in Ulan-Ude city. It was located in the small deep on the edge of ravine. Fragments of a female skull and several fragments of a 2-3 years child skull were found there. A sceleton of an adult lied in extended position on the back, the head was directed to the northeast. Near the left hand of buried woman, there were two nephrite adze-like grinded axes and a nephrite spear-tip. Near the head, there was a wild boar fang pendant with a hole on the wider end. Stone inventory of the burial dates from Neolithic.
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